Blue-collar talent is too scarce locally, execs say

As I was reading this article, there was a great aha moment. I could not understand why American business was lining up on bringing in undocumented workers from Latin America and the rest of the world. It is because not only has American labor priced themselves out of the labor force but they are not willing to do the work on the shop floor level.

I have been on the road a lot in the last couple of years and for the most part when not camping I stay at Day’s Inn. I can not remember staying at one Day’s Inn where it was not run by and Indian (India Indian) couple where the management and workers were not a family business.

Those coming out of prison need to give great consideration to getting a technical two year degree in a technical trade and then hitting the factory floor. It may not be great but being a skilled worker makes you much more employable.

Again, the American labor force has price themselves out of a job and they are not willing to learn the job from the ground up. Think not then read this article. Blue-collar talent is too scarce locally, execs say

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