Wages Don’t Define Good Workers

Dan Murphy highlights the differences between the modern working world of manufacturing and the working world of yesterday.

Dan points out that a lot more factors go into creating strong workers, and that wages don’t define good workers. He highlights how companies hire far fewer workers with mechanical aptitude these days, and compares it to how China deals with this problem.

Is it just about wages anymore, or is it more about honing workers with talent and providing the proper training?

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Skill Gap- It’s Not About Wages

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