Nebraska Revised Statute 81-1204

Chapter 81 Section 1204

81-1204.

Job training grant; approval; limitations.

(1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (2) of this section, the Department of Economic Development shall not approve a job training grant (a) which exceeds an average expenditure of five thousand dollars per job created if the proposed wage levels do not exceed thirty thousand dollars per year, (b) which exceeds an average expenditure of ten thousand dollars per job if the proposed wage levels exceed thirty thousand dollars per year but do not exceed fifty thousand dollars per year, or (c) which exceeds an average expenditure of twenty thousand dollars per job if the proposed wage levels exceed fifty thousand dollars per year or if the jobs created are located in a high-poverty area as defined in section 81-1203.

(2) If the application is approved with provisions described in subsection (3) of section 81-1203, the Department of Economic Development may approve a job training grant (a) up to ten thousand dollars per job created if the proposed wage levels do not exceed thirty thousand dollars per year, (b) up to fifteen thousand dollars per job if the proposed wage levels exceed thirty thousand dollars per year but do not exceed fifty thousand dollars per year, or (c) up to twenty-five thousand dollars per job if the proposed wage levels exceed fifty thousand dollars per year or if the jobs created are located in a high-poverty area as defined in section 81-1203.

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