The 1990s saw significant new investment by manufacturing companies in technologies including hardware, software and the use of new processes, often based on team work and new organizational structures. These new production systems require multi-skilled production technicians able to deal with a growing range of advanced technologies. Jobs for workers without the skills to implement these technologies are rapidly disappearing. In 1950, roughly 60% of manufacturing jobs were unskilled. Today that
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