While the economy is showing signs of recovery, there are still many people looking for work.  The place to be may soon be the Iron Range, where over 100 new jobs could soon be created.

Our partners at The Northland's NewsCenter are reporting that the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board (IRRRB) has approved $1.3 million in funding for development projects across the Iron Range.  The Board is hoping that 110 jobs will be created once construction on these projects begins.

As the report below states, the jobs would be scattered across the Iron Range, which should help many families get back on track.