The skills gap is real, and although it’s a primary talking point of pundits and others it should be equally important to everyone. There is a common misconception that there are plenty of hire-able people in our country who are fully capable of stepping into various technological and manufacturing type jobs, but not everyone wants to work. But there is a very real gap in workers who have the experience and training to work with modern technologies. It’s becoming a cliché, but it’s a cliché because it’s true: technology is always changing. And modern manufacturers like the professionals at NW Industries embrace these innovations to produce a product that is both superb and cost-effective. There are other things that divide the talented working folks in our country, and not all manufacturers use NW Industries team-oriented approach to producing a product.
When we talk about skills gaps created by innovative and ever-evolving technologies, it’s easier to provide a narrow-lensed example that represents the current problem. The profession of graphic design is constantly in flux. Graphic design was an enormously popular and in-demand profession from the earliest eras of print and extending well-into in the sophomore years of the internet boom. But as technologies became better, and a person could access information on different devices, graphic designers had to constantly retrain themselves to make their work accessible on numerous platforms, many of which developed at unprecedented speed.
NW Industries is always aware of current innovations in technologies, technologies that will produce a product faster and more efficiently. A willingness to innovate can be seen throughout the manufacturing processes used. If you have any questions about how NW Industries can make the product you need a reality, using modern technologies and a solid team-oriented approach to manufacturing that is immediately apparent both in the initial prototype stage to the final product, then call today.