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National Apprenticeship Week shines light on opportunities in manufacturing (access required)

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When National Apprenticeship Week was first launched in 2015, the purpose was to give manufacturing businesses and educators the opportunity to showcase their apprenticeship programs and apprentices. Across the country, manufacturers were struggling to find skilled labor to fill chronically vacant jobs, so this new awareness week also served as a national job posting targeting ...

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