Employees at High Touch Technologies work in downtown Wichita. The company said it has worked with local colleges and universities to fine-tune training for future employees to battle a skills gap that is affecting the local economy.
Employees at High Touch Technologies work in downtown Wichita. The company said it has worked with local colleges and universities to fine-tune training for future employees to battle a skills gap that is affecting the local economy. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Employees at High Touch Technologies work in downtown Wichita. The company said it has worked with local colleges and universities to fine-tune training for future employees to battle a skills gap that is affecting the local economy. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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