Millions of jobs that pay middle income wages and are the first step on the career ladder are going unfilled. A big reason? Young people, including high school students, aren’t interested in them.
Manufacturers in particular face a looming crisis: 40% of the workforce will retire in the next ten years, with no talent to fill the pipeline.
The problem is perception. Many see manufacturing as smoke stacks and steel mills. Dark, dirty jobs. Not true. Factory floors are tech-forward. The work pays a middle income wage with benefits. People who hold these jobs often go on to higher education, which the companies finance.
America’s employers spend approximately $22 billion each year on college and university tuition in the form of tuition assistance programs (TAP).
TRANSFR helps companies increase competency of trainees,
resulting in a pool of candidates who are pre-qualified for their jobs.
Our Experience Training model significantly increases how a trainee:
Performs the work in real life