Even as the U.S. labor picture improves, the manufacturing sector is still struggling with a shortage of workers and raw materials. An analysis by Deloitte found that over two million manufacturing jobs will be unfilled through 2030. Economic correspondent Paul Solman looks at a program that’s preparing inner city high school students for high-skill, high-paying factory jobs.
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