The Next Generation of American Manufacturing is High-Tech

January 20, 2023
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Across the U.S., the manufacturing industry faces a tech worker shortage due to its evolving digitization. The next generation of manufacturing workers will need to combine digital and hands-on knowledge to remain competitive on the global stage.

The U.S. Navy is beginning to build 12 top-of-the-line nuclear submarines, with the first one scheduled to be completed by 2027. But it is missing a critical ingredient: many of an estimated 50,000 skilled workers to get the job done. It also lacks a reliable supply chain and the infrastructure to build the massive vessels.

Across America, industries are facing enormous supply chain delays, worker shortages and places to build due to several decades of offshoring and deemphasizing manufacturing research, education and training in the U.S.

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