Automation and some trade deals have cost the United States millions of manufacturing jobs, leaving many people unemployed or underemployed. Meanwhile, U.S. companies can't find skilled people to fill critical, well-paying jobs. As VOA's Jim Randle reports, one U.S. firm is using apprenticeships to build a high-tech workforce.
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