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  • ‘Mini-renaissance’ in manufacturing helps fuel demand for skilled workers

    The Boston Globe - 10/06/2013

    There are no estimates on how many CNC-certified workers are needed, but an aging manufacturing workforce and wave of baby boomer retirements in coming years is expected to increase demand. A recent Northeastern Universityreport estimates that manufacturers will need to fill 100,000 jobs in Massachusetts alone over the coming decade, with many of those jobs in so-called advanced manufacturing that requires CNC certificates or other credentials.

    Last year, the state Legislature appropriated $18.75 million to an Advanced Manufacturing Futures Fund to help firms and employees deal with technological changes requiring new training, equipment, and other assistance.

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