There’s a running narrative that says good, well-paying jobs that don’t require a Bachelor’s degree have all but disappeared. Not so. Not, at least, according to an exhaustive state-by-state analysis conducted for “The Good Jobs Project,” a joint effort by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, and JPMorgan Chase. We, of course, are interested in what was found in Kentucky. So we’ve contacted Neil Ridley, the State Initiative Director and co-author of the Good Jobs Project report.