Outsourcing manufacturing has cost Americans millions of jobs. However, this is changing. With rising costs for labor overseas and development of new technologies, many American manufacturing companies are revising their business strategies and bringing work (and jobs) back to their U.S. operations.
Trends Shaping The Return of Manufacturing to U.S.
Tony Glockler, co-founder and CEO of SolidProfessor The standards for U.S. manufacturers to maintain their global competitiveness continue to evolve — and training is one of these. In order to make the most of this shift, it is essential now for these manufacturers to ensure that their American employees are highly skilled and up-to-date with the latest technology and tools.