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Automation, Immigration

Posted By Howe Wallace, Thursday, April 12, 2018
Updated: Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The labor market will be more challenging in the immediate future. We don’t think the 10 year time frame is a relevant planning horizon. Automation will get cheaper and more broadly implemented in that time frame. We try to remain competitive on pay and benefits. 

There is a growing trend of young candidates being inexperienced with physical labor and having a disdain for it. This trend has been amplified by the tighter immigrant restrictions. The key is finding candidates who thrive in our environment - open up the immigration lanes. 

Tags:  automation  immigration  labor  millennials 

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