A recent article in U.S. News and World Report, quoted Mary Giovagnoli, Director of the...
Building a Competitive Workforce: Immigration and the U.S. Manufacturing Sector
Shortages of skilled labor constitute the foremost challenge confronting U.S. manufacturers who face growing competition from manufacturers in Asia, Eastern Europe, and elsewhere. Demand for professionals with university degrees is rising as manufacturing becomes increasingly high tech. But the U.S. educational system is not producing enough highly educated native-born manufacturing workers to meet this growing demand.
Published On: Mon, Jul 31, 2006 | Download File