LEOPOLD, Ind., Dec. 4 (UPI) — Across America, manufacturing companies in desperate need of skilled labor are turning to a previously untapped pool — high school students. The quickly growing trend is especially prevalent in Midwestern states where, though manufacturing is strong, companies are struggling to hire enough workers to maintain production level. Click Here to read more.
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