American factories are desperate for workers, and it’s a $1 trillion problem, ac…
American factories are desperate for workers, and it’s a $1 trillion problem, according to a study published Tuesday by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute. As the US manufacturing activity surged to a 37-year high in March, the industry is struggling to fill more than half a million job openings and that number is projected to grow.
“It is deeply concerning that at a time when jobs are in such high demand nationwide, the number of vacant entry-level manufacturing positions continues to grow,” said Paul Wellener, vice chairman and US industrial products and constructions leader at Deloitte.
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