The State of Manufacturing Jobs: Then vs. Now

The Industrial Revolution has long been considered the most significant shift in manufacturing. However, many believe present-day technological and economic factors are just as significant.

The Tech Revolution has emerged with technological advancements, making manufacturing more efficient and demanding new skills from the workforce. Manual labor is being replaced with robotics, automation, advanced computing, and other technologies younger generations are familiar with.

Still, millions of manufacturing jobs have yet to be filled.

Technological innovations have created challenges, but manufacturing continues to drive the U.S. and global economy. Today’s processes yield less pollution, safer worksites, and other benefits. Production capacity has increased as well, benefiting all sectors.

The economic impact of manufacturing remains profound, with trillions of dollars added to the U.S. economy in 2016 alone. Manufacturers have pursued many ways to decrease costs while improving production.

Prudential Overall Supply Helps Manufacturers Save

Providing employees with uniforms and running laundering services can put a demand on resources, including electricity, water, and manpower. Prudential Overall Supply addresses this in many ways with our industrial uniform supply and laundering services. Our eco-friendly practices don’t hurt, either.

Clean Green Certification by the Textile Rental Services Association of America reflects our commitment and dedication to protecting our customers, employees, and the environment. A clean, safe workspace is important for manufacturing today and in the future, and there are more options than ever right now.

As one of your options, choose Prudential Overall Supply. See below how our products and services can fit into your business (and budget) and help it grow in today’s robust manufacturing sector.

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