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    :: Saturday, June 04, 2005 ::

    Prestige of job linked to worker happiness, unluckily - By Del Jones, USA Today
    Two million manufacturing jobs were lost in the last recession, yet the National Association of Manufacturers forecasts a shortage of 10 million skilled manufacturing workers by 2020, largely because students in middle school through college describe such jobs as 'repetitious,' 'tedious,' 'boring,' 'dark' and 'dirty.' That career would be like serving a life sentence or being on a chain gang, they say, according to report called 'Keeping America Competitive: How a Talent Shortage Threatens U.S. Manufacturing.'
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