Mass. partnership to provide training in computer-operated machines

01/3/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Manufacturing jobs today often require computer skills, as many tasks are completed by robots or computer-controlled machines. To help meet the rising need for workers with such skills, Northern Essex Community College in Massachusetts is working with Greater Lawrence Technical School on a machine-tool training program. "Low-paying factory jobs have been replaced by careers with competitive wages in advanced manufacturing fields such as semi-conductors, aerospace, plastics production, and medical equipment," said George Moriarty, director of the college's workforce development and corporate relations.

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