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The Last Optimist: Industrial Robots to the Rescue of the Skilled Labor Shortage

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The Last Optimist: Industrial Robots to the Rescue of the Skilled Labor Shortage

January 16, 2023
Energy & EnvironmentTechnology / Infrastructure

Robots aren’t as far in the future as many people think, especially ones that can be put to work in the skilled trades and “hard industries.” And we’re going to need them because of the existing and expanding shortage of skilled (human) labor in those industries, and given the fact of rising demand for all the things produced by “hard industries” whether basic materials, from metals to grains.

About The Last Optimist

The roaring 2020s are upon us and the Manhattan Institute’s senior fellow Mark P. Mills is here to make sense of it. In a brand-new new podcast, The Last Optimist, Mills applies his knowledge as an author, businessman, and physicist to explore issues of the day and host insightful conversations with leading thinkers and innovators.

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