As the Skilled Labor Force Disappears, How Can Manufacturing Grow?

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Rharding64   4/27/2018 2:32:19 PM

I have worked manufacturing as ee and sw engineer since 1996. I design and build tools for use here in the states and overseas. The scope of my work has involved reverse engineering existing systems, upgrades of those systems and design and build of new systems from the ground up. I always have taken the end user abilities as system requirements so end user comprehend the context. I am available right now for employment most likely ocer the next 20 years. Feel free to contact me.

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agathabang   4/11/2018 11:03:09 AM

Great work

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