CNNMoney (02/16/12) Parija Kavilanz
U.S. factories are having trouble finding skilled U.S. employees, including machinists. Win-Tech, a Kennesaw, GA, manufacturer, has been trying for more than a year to hire manual machinists, quality control inspectors, and machinists skilled in the use of computer-controlled systems. The company has advertised locally and on popular online recruiting Web sites, such as Monster.com. Win-Tech says it may eventually hire workers who are not fully skilled, and then train them.
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