From left, Jeannie Gray, Marion Johnson and Carla Gabbard work on computer and customer-service skills at the Teleworks USA training hub in Annville, Ky., on March 9, 2016. The three hope to get jobs working from home for companies such as U-Haul, which has hired several other people from the program to take reservations.
From left, Jeannie Gray, Marion Johnson and Carla Gabbard work on computer and customer-service skills at the Teleworks USA training hub in Annville, Ky., on March 9, 2016. The three hope to get jobs working from home for companies such as U-Haul, which has hired several other people from the program to take reservations. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
From left, Jeannie Gray, Marion Johnson and Carla Gabbard work on computer and customer-service skills at the Teleworks USA training hub in Annville, Ky., on March 9, 2016. The three hope to get jobs working from home for companies such as U-Haul, which has hired several other people from the program to take reservations. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

Agency trying to increase telework jobs in Eastern Kentucky as coal slumps

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