3 reasons why there’s a manufacturing skills gap

Automation as the cause for the manufacturing skills gap is a common theme in recent news. But there is more than one piece to this story. Read more to learn what else could be causing the disconnect between manufacturing employers and workers.

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Apprenticeships in Ohio: Addressing the Manufacturing Talent Gap

Automation is one of many ways technology is changing the manufacturing industry - and it's causing concerns about whether the labor force can keep up. Two Greater Cincinnati companies have an uncommon solution to the problem.

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Regional manufacturing company changes lives through employment

Nehemiah Manufacturing Company is helping a seemingly unemployable population find – and keep – jobs. The company builds on an understanding of consumer products manufacturing to employ people who have a criminal record or a history or drug abuse. Nehemiah’s recent growth and its mission is being recognized by local economic developers.


Safran Landing Systems wins James A. Wuenker Growth Award

Safran Landing Systems wins James A. Wuenker Growth Award at REDI Cincinnati's 2017 annual meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday, March 2, 2017.


How Automation is Changing Our Job Landscape

Automation is changing the way automotive manufacturers make vehicles.


How tech is disrupting the automotive industry

Technology is revolutionizing the automotive industry.

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Not your grandpa’s manufacturing

The skills needed to succeed in manufacturing are changing rapidly. Are your workers ready to adapt?


Public, private developers answer call for manufacturing sites

Greater Cincinnati heard the call for more large manufacturing sites. Learn more about the sites expected to go online soon.