WASHINGTON -- More than 18,000 former Hostess workers will be able to apply for help with training for and finding new jobs.
The U.S. Department of Labor certified those workers as eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance.
The number includes 3,600 workers in the southeast. TAA helps with training, job hunting and relocation.
Some workers may also receive the health coverage tax credit to help pay health insurance premiums.
First Coast News