“Trump’s plan to keep jobs in the U.S. should re-ignite the U.S. manufacturing and production industry in particular,” said Steven Lindner, a partner in recruiting company The WorkPlace Group. “Expect to see more career opportunities for electricians, refrigeration, mechanics, machinist and the like. As more workers are added to companies’ rosters, more management and senior level job opportunities will develop…” Click here to read the full article
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