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Attracting Future Generations of US Manufacturing Workers

Attracting Future Generations of US Manufacturing Workers

We’ve got a real problem on our hands in America. A gap’s growing between US manufacturing workers set to retire in the next 10 to 15 years and those on the other end of the spectrum. Despite the exciting and innovative things happening in the industry, millennials’ outdated perception of shop-floor jobs is increasingly precluding them from following the career path. And Gen-Z, thumb deep in their smartphones, face an even greater disconnect. Read more

Is America Ready for "Made in the U.S.A." Clothing?

Is America Ready for “Made in the U.S.A.” Clothing?

While the reshoring tide is undeniably rising, the prospect of clothing and apparel manufacturing returning to the United States remains uncertain. Back in the 1960s, about 95% of clothing worn in the U.S.A. was also made here. Today the opposite is true. Can we flip the switch again? Read more

To Close the Skills Gap in Manufacturing Careers, Close the Gender Gap

To Close the Skills Gap in Manufacturing Careers, Close the Gender Gap

Will the STEM skills gap close if more women join the STEM workforce?

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