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The Future of Work in Manufacturing

It’s no secret that the manufacturing workforce continues to absorb new technology at an rapid pace and that the transformation of work is inevitable. But according to global consulting firm Deloitte, the addition to technologies such as AI, robotics, cognitive automation, analytics, and Internet of Things (IoT), will create more jobs, not destroy them.

In their latest skills gap study, they have helped manufacturing leaders and workers visualize the future of the manufacturing workforce through a series of personas – describing what jobs could look like by the year 2025. By bringing future jobs to life, they can help business leaders, workers, and educators like yourself develop conversations that embrace the change needed to transform business.

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