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Nov. 30, 2012MARYVILLE, MO | By: Johnston
Area workers at the Maryville Energizer plant who will lose their jobs will get help finding new employment.
Company officials announced earlier this month they will shut down the plant by the end of next year. This means around 300 area residents will be out of work. Northwest Missouri State will pitch in to help these people look for new work. Officials at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship are working to facilitate an assistance program for those displaced workers. C.I.E. Director Larry Lee, says these programs can help those who may not want to go back to work for someone else.The C.I.E will have more information on how to get help once they have all the details from Energizer.