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Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Why Manufacturing Is Every Nation’s Future

Throughout most of the 20th century, manufacturing seemed like the most exciting industry that would define the future. Manufacturers created new mindsets and approaches to making things, from the first cars to the modern robots. In the past few decades though, the manufacturing industry has lost some of its luster among the career seekers. Amar Hanspal of Bright Machines believes it is time to change that perception.

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EMSNOW Executive Interview: Audrey McGuckin, CEO, McGuckin Group and Women On Their Way (WOTW)

It really is a crisis: “2.5M women left the workforce during the COVID-19 crisis. According to a survey by LinkedIn, 74% of women said they are very or somewhat stressed for work-related reasons, compared to just 61% of employed men. I have found that women aren’t dropping out, they’re being pushed out by bad policies and processes.” This thoughtful interview with Audrey McGuckin points to some ways to stop the bleeding.

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Regionalization Equals Resilience, But OEMs Need More Data About North American EMS Capabilities

Having a robust electronics manufacturing ecosystem in each geographic region will not happen without serious effort. The first step is gaining visibility for the EMS companies that are already up and running in each region. That data is already available in Europe. Now is the time for North American EMS to come out of the shadows.

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