father gov. Josh Shapiro wants to sign executive order

ALLIED ITS NUCLEAR COMMITMENT. GOVERNOR SHAPIRO PLANS TO SIGN ANOTHER EXECUTIVE ORDER TODAY. HIS OFFICE SAYS THIS WILL IMPROVE THE COMMONWEALTH PROFESSIONAL LICENSING, AUTHORIZATION AND CERTIFICATION PROCESS. SAYS THE GOVERNOR WILL PARTICIPATE BY PROFESSIONAL WORKERS LIKE NU

Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro plans to sign the executive order

Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro plans to sign another executive order. The governor’s office said Shapiro will sign an executive order to improve the Commonwealth’s professional licensing, licensing and certification processes. The governor will be joined by professionals such as nurses and barbers from across the state of Pennsylvania. Video below: Residents discuss what they expect from Shapiro. The governor signed an executive order that his government said would make it easier for Pennsylvania companies to continue doing business in the Commonwealth. The Order created the Office of Transformation and Opportunity. He said the office will help coordinate with state agencies like PennDOT or the Department of Environmental Protection to get business permits done faster. On his first full day in office, Shapiro also signed an executive order removing the four-year college degree requirement for 92% of jobs in the state government, or about 65,000 jobs. Removing the requirement means people looking for a job in state government may find it easier to hire if they have work experience or specific skills, rather than a college degree.

Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro plans to sign another executive order.

The governor’s office said Shapiro will sign an executive order to improve the Commonwealth’s professional licensing, licensing and certification processes.

The governor will be joined by professionals such as nurses and barbers from across the state of Pennsylvania.

Video below: Residents discuss what they expect from Shapiro.

Previous executive orders

Shapiro began his tenure by signing several executive orders.

Last week, the governor signed an executive order that his administration said would make it easier for Pennsylvania companies to continue doing business in the Commonwealth. The Order created the Office of Transformation and Opportunity. He said the office will help coordinate with state agencies like PennDOT or the Department of Environmental Protection to get business permits done faster.

On his first full day in office, Shapiro also signed an executive order removing the four-year college degree requirement for 92% of jobs in the state government, or about 65,000 jobs. Removing the requirement means people looking for a job in state government may find it easier to hire if they have work experience or specific skills, rather than a college degree.

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