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Manufacturers aim to help jobless vets

Published October 15, 2012 4:38 pm
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Employment • Some of the nation's leading manufacturers want to help veterans gain skills necessary to fill an estimated 600,000 high-tech manufacturing jobs that remain open because companies can't find qualified applicants. The companies say they will work with community and technology colleges to put veterans on a fast track to obtaining certification in such areas as electronics, welding and machining.






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