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Unformatted text preview: erseas, and, most importantly, the loss of the skilled trade infrastructure, within the next 10 to 15 years. A greater gap between an upper class, professional workforce and a lower class, service workforce can also be expected. 1. The MPI Group, The Wisconsin Manufacturing Study: An Analysis of Manufacturing Statewide and in Wisconsin’s Seven Economic Regions, Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership, September 2005. 2. Toossi, Mitra, ¬¬"Labor Force Projections to 2014: Retiring Boomers," Monthly labor Review, US Census Bureau, November 2005. 3. Toosi, Mitra 4. US Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Labor Force Projections,” Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Winter 2005-2006 5. US Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Labor Force Projections,” Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Winter 2005-2006 6. US Department of Defense, ¬Annual Industrial Capabilities Report to Congress, February, 2005 7. The MPI Group, The Wisconsin Manufacturing Study: An Analysis of Manufacturing Statewide and in Wisconsin’s Seven Economic Regions, Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership, September 2005. 8. Deloitte, 2005 Skills Gap Report – A Survey of the American Manufacturing Workforce, NAM, Spring 2005. 9. US Department of Labor Statistics, “Employment Outlook 2004-2014: Occupational Employment Projections to 2014,” Monthly Labor Review, November, 2005. 10. Toosi, Mitra 11. The MPI Group 12. Note: Similar comments in studies within other USA State-funded research. 13. The MPI Group 14. Deloitte 15. Deloitte 16. Deloitte Reliability Center, Inc. Howard W Penrose, Ph.D., CMRP, is the President of SUCCESS by DESIGN, a reliability and maintenance services consultant and publisher. He has over 20 years in the reliability and maintenance industry with experience from the shop floor to academia and manufacturing to military. Dr. Penrose is a past Chair of the Chicago Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. and is presently the Founding Executive Director of the Institute of Electrical Motor Diagnostics. For more information, or questions, related to this article or SUCCESS by DESIGN services, please contact Dr. Penrose via phone: 860 575-3087 or email: howard@motordoc.net. © Reliability Center, Inc. 6...
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