Ungated Post | 08 Apr 2016

The Workforce of the Future: Advanced Manufacturing’s Impact on the US Economy

From 3-D printing to robotics, technology is rapidly transforming the manufacturing industry. What will this mean for the future of work? This paper seeks to define advanced manufacturing and the trends that shape it, quantify its impact on the world economy, detail implications for skills and workforce development, and outline recommendations for companies and governments to prepare for a new kind of human capital. 

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