Aging workforce, skills gap strain N.H. manufacturing

By the Boston Globe

Aug 01, 2016

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In a small town just south of New Hampshire’s capital, General Electric runs two plants filled with workers building jet engines for the world’s leading airlines.

With 800 workers, GE Aviation is the largest employer in town. But in the next five to 10 years, about a third of those workers are expected to retire. The company is scrambling not only to fill those jobs, but to find workers with the skills to take on jobs that are becoming ever more technologically advanced.

Read the full story on bostonglobe.com.

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