It sounds almost nonsensical, but even though the U.S. auto industry leads all industries in layoffs, it soon may face an acute labor shortage. The problem: There is a huge gap forming between the kind of workers and skills currently available and those that will be needed in the future. Some companies already are struggling to find the appropriate skilled workers for their facilities, and the problem only shows signs of intensifying. Mariel Broadwater places a screw on rear fascia ...
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