So, you thought that just because it was Thanksgiving we’d maybe take a week off and not broadcast our weekly radio show?
Nope. Yesterday’s radio show featured an interview from Manufacturing Institute President Jerry Jasinowski on the macro view of the new 2005 Skills Gap Survey.
Then, SMM Michael Nelson, president of Mayday Manufacturing in Denton, Texas, describes his own micro struggle to find qualified workers.
Later on in the show we chat with a Congress Daily energy reporter Darren Goode comments on ANWR, OCS and more, and Claire Buchan, chief of staff to Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, speaks about China and free trade. All this, along with music from Sam Cooke, Jackson Browne and David Bowie.
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