Despite off shore manufacturing, the need for experienced and skilled labor and management is still in great demand. And, there is an excellent labor pool from which to draw.

However, the problem, even in a good economic environment, is relocating these employees or, in the case of expansion or start ups, to locate the manufacturing facility in close proximity to an adequate labor pool.

A number of services are available online that offer this information and some useful tools for the employer and people seeking employment plus retraining and upgrading of skills to meet the demands of new systems, procedures and methods.



Industrial Facilities - Construction, Design and Planning

Manufacturing World Online: A virtual online community of manufacturing professionals and those who have an interest in the manufacturing industry. It is a place to learn about the latest products and services and a place to promote and advertise products to the manufacturing community.

HarrisInfoSource: Manufacturing companies profiled in detail by in-house researchers. With their relationships with local, state and national agencies -- including the National Association of Manufacturers, they can compile information that is difficult (or even impossible) for other firms to obtain.

interSafe: Free Occupational & Industrial Safety Information. Free Written Programs, Training Material & Safety Information.

Thomas Regional Directory Company: Provides buyers and specifiers in business, industry, government and institutions with the most comprehensive product/service information on industrial suppliers they need to make an educated buying decision.

Career & Employment Opportunities

CareerMosaic: "Where employers and job seekers go first," is the leading employment site on the Web. According to Nielsen-I/PRO, an independent site auditor, CareerMosaic records more than 4.5 million visitors per month. CareerMosaic averages more than 468,000 job searches each day and 49.5 million hits per month.

IEEE-USA Job Listing Service: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers provides links to electro-technology and information technology-related jobs as a member service. You can search for employment by location or technical specialty.

Hire.com: Whether you're a candidate looking for the ideal job or a hiring manager looking for the right talent to hire, turn to Hire.com, the leading e-recruiting service provider. With Hire.com, you can win the talent war by harnessing the power of the Internet to automate the recruiting process

JobsOnline: - North Chicago, IL - The nation's premier job search service on the Internet. All services provided on this site, both to Job Seekers and Employers are FREE.

PeopleScape: - San Jose, CA - Whether you are looking to hire the best or looking to advance your career, find the tools and staffing services to make it happen here.

Recruiting-links.com: Search for jobs based on where you want to work (location), preferred industry or industries, and your occupation / job title. The job search engine links you directly to our sponsor employers who have jobs meeting all your requirements.

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