Butler Community College in Kansas is preparing for a growth in students looking for job training with new technology labs to help teach subjects such as computer-aided design, web design, and video game development, reports the Wichita Eagle. The college has several new labs up and running just in time to welcome a 7 percent increase in students this semester. Colleges typically see enrollment increases as people seek training or retraining to get back into the job market. The school is adapting to the needs of the unemployed by compressing some 16-week courses to eight weeks. Butler's technology department has...

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