Recently, Hart Energy was put in touch with a group of high school students from Morgantown, West Virginia. The students are from Morgantown High School. The group took part in the PBS News Hour Student Reporting Lab’s Opportunity in America. Their report takes a look at how the boom in natural gas pipeline construction is offering opportunities in West Virginia, but that has some concerned that only temporary jobs will come from that. Young West Virginians are asking the question, do I stay or do I go?
This story was worked on with the help of the SRL producers. You can watch the student’s report below:
Boom or Bust: Stay or Go
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