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Skilled Worker Shortage: Perhaps we don’t understand the problem well enough

We’ve been seeking solutions to manufacturing’s skilled worker shortage for so long, I have to conclude: Perhaps we don’t understand the problem well enough to either effectively communicate our needs to the potential workforce or to change our hiring practices…

The question is: Do you think the general populace knows this fact or understands its implications? I don’t…

Source:  IndustryWeek : Manufacturing’s Muddled Message on the Skilled Worker Shortage.

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6 thoughts on “Skilled Worker Shortage: Perhaps we don’t understand the problem well enough

  1. i’m grateful for the given information.

    Posted by Carminha | July 17, 2012, 2:33 pm

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