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    Labor Seen as Key to Future
    Trained workers central to region's industry, report says

    Ensuring an ample supply of trained workers is critical to the future well-being of the Milwaukee area's large manufacturing sector, according to a report prepared for the Milwaukee 7. The group is a seven-county organization created to help make the metropolitan region more competitive economically. The report, authored by Sammis White, director of the Center for Workforce Development at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, also found that manufacturing in the state feeds on itself, with factories in the seven-county area buying 45% of their raw materials within Wisconsin."We still have a critical mass of manufacturers in the state that rely on one another and are successful in part because they have one another," says White.
    Download the full M7 Manufacturing Survey here.
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