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A gap between the number of jobs requiring moderate or high technical knowledge and the number of workers qualified to take such positions could leave companies understaffed in the near future. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected that up to 100,000 new IT workers will be needed each year over the next decade, and up to 2 million new manufacturing jobs are likely to go unfilled by 2025, said Carolyn Lee, executive director of the Manufacturing Institute at the National Association of Manufacturers.

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