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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  1. Have manufacturers considered paying employees a living wage with full benefits and providing decent working conditions?

  2. Women are also having less children then evrr before meaning the workforce itself will be small then. Corporations will just have to start paying well because they won’t have the current luxury of being choosy and evil.

  3. TRUMP family can work there so they can learn little about life and struggle . And pay taxes

  4. If only America could find people who are willing to work in these jobs….🤔🤔🤔 #immigration #murica

  5. Pay workers better and give them free health care. Education shouldn’t make you go into massive debt. Stop cutting school programs as well. How can anyone work those tough jobs without any proper training or wage that’s livable.

  6. They’re not desperate for workers, they are desperate for dirt cheap labor. There’s a difference


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