Are not jobs that require college degrees.
The hardest jobs to fill are those that have the biggest impact on performance.
“Shortages in skilled production jobs – machinists, operators, craft workers, distributors, technicians, and more – are taking their toll on manufacturers’ ability to expand operations, drive innovation, and improve productivity. Seventy-four percent of respondents indicated that workforce shortages or skills deficiencies in skilled production roles are having a significant impact on their ability to expand operations or improve productivity. Unfortunately, these jobs require the most training, and are traditionally among the hardest manufacturing jobs to find existing talent to fill.” – Deloitte Report Boiling Point- The skills gap in U.S. manufacturing
If you are looking for a career where you can make a difference- why wouldn’t you try one of these “make a difference, make an impact jobs” listed above?
The skilled workforce shortage kind of tilts the hiring process in your favor…
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