U.S. manufacturing so good factories are turning to high school students for labor

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Behind Enemy Lines
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Winning: On the campaign trail in 2016, then-GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump talked of renewing America’s manufacturing potential after decades of decline due to “horrible” trade deals like NAFTA that, he said, led to the loss of tens of thousands of jobs.
After just two years, thanks to POTUS Trump’s economic policies of deregulation, tax relief, and other business-friendly measures, the U.S. economy is soaring and manufacturing, especially, is booming.
In fact, as UPI notes, the manufacturing industry is expanding so fast factories are having difficulty finding enough workers to fill open positions.
(Excerpt) Read more at thenationalsentinel.com ...
 

StillwaterTownie

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Where else but Stillwater
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It's not winning in Stillwater. Those manufacturing jobs need to come to Stillwater, so people young and old can have better paying jobs than those found in fast food, restaurants and hotels. As the latter part of the article said, it's up to local school officials to do more about it.
 
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