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09.02.2015

Chicago Tribune: Digital manufacturing lab pledges $500,000 to jobs campaign


chicago_tribune_logo4By Alejandra Cancino, 
Chicago Tribune

The Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute pledged $500,000 to help fund a campaign aimed at attracting workers to manufacturing jobs.

Dennis Thompson, director of workforce development at the institute, said the money will help World Business Chicago’s 1,000 Jobs for Chicagoland Manufacturing campaign “spread the gospel of manufacturing” and remind people that jobs in the industry are not dark, dirty or dangerous.

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