Wisconsin Works to Remedy Labor Woes

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Massive manufacturing layoffs and a looming shortage of hospital workers have Wisconsin in a precarious spot. But state officials are eyeing education as a solution, turning yesterday's sheet metal cutters into tomorrow's lab aides and technicians.



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