"We need to add HEART to STEM" to be more competitive as a country in the global economy. HEART meaning Hands-on, Engaged, Applied, Relevant Training whereas STEM means Science, Technology, Engineering & Math.
U.S. wage growth for skilled workers slowed slightly in 2017 after four consecutive years of strong wage increases. A moderation in construction activity over 2017 has taken some of the heat off, but ...
Believe it or not, the future is bright! However, manufacturing in America is not without issue, which is why both regional and national associations exist to support and advocate on behalf of the manufacturing community.
To compete globally, U.S. manufacturers must out maneuver low cost competitors in areas where people skills and technology integrate. Manufacturers need a new breed of worker to master these soft skills.
By Mike Petters There’s a lot of talk these days about college and what level of education you’ll need to be successful in the 21st century. Meanwhile, there’s a steady—and largely unmet—demand for people that do things with their hands. At Huntington Ingalls Industries, for example, the vast [...]
We're thrilled to share our contribution to the Annual Manufacturing Report on Growth and Export. In an extensive survey of UK manufacturers, 79% have confidence they have the capacity for growth. Download your copy of the report: https://t.co/69DvnHYtes
We’re pleased to announce our Annual Partner Program Award Winners. Our Global Partner of the Year is @Cre8tiveTechs and our International Partner of the Year is @PreciseBiz. Congratulations to all of our award winners. Read more about them here: https://t.co/M5YGBQFFFi