Posted by: davidhayden | February 1, 2011

Opportunities and Job Satisfaction:Why a Career in Manufacturing Demands a Second Look


Opportunities and Job Satisfaction: Why a Career in Manufacturing Demands a Second Look.

A joint Study by The National Association of Manufacturers and Deloitte & Touche 1 estimated that the mass retirement of baby boom generation workers will create a need for 10 million skilled employees between 2012 and 2020. Faced with a lack of qualified job applicants, Manufacturer’s are losing their ability to maintain production levels. With the strong demand for Machinists, Engineers and Craft Workers, why is it so hard to recruit new talent?
. . . To read my entire article published in the December 2010 issue of Manufacturing Engineering Magazine . . . click link –>  Acero Work Force Article Scan

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