For decades, manufacturers in the U.S. have warned of a massive skills gap: There just aren’t enough new skilled workers to make up for older ones who are retiring. In this installment of our series, “Roads to Recovery,” NewsHour Weekend’s Christopher Booker reports from Connecticut on how the pandemic has accelerated a push to improve and expand job training for the state’s large manufacturing workforce.
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