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Insider Louisville, GE CEO: Worker shortage 'crisis' hampering economic growth

By Boris Ladwig

Date Published: 10/27/2015

A manufacturing worker shortage in Louisville and beyond is creating “major challenges” for businesses and hampering economic growth, a top-level General Electric executive said today.

Chip Blankenship, president and CEO of GE Appliances, said manufacturers in Louisville — and across Kentucky and the nation — are competing for the same shrinking pool of job applicants.

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