How to encourage students to pursue manufacturing careers

04/8/2013 | American City Business Journals

It's not the image of factory work that is keeping potential workers away, but rather concerns about whether manufacturing jobs will last, says Scott Paul, president of Alliance for Manufacturing. He adds that it's important to expand exposure to manufacturing careers to young people and provide more training opportunities, while at the same time building confidence that these jobs will be around for many years.

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