30 Under 30 Class of 2018: Human Resources Professionals
MoldMaking Technology recognizes the industry's young talent through its inaugural 30 Under 30 Honors Program. Today's blog features those among them who are human resources professionals.
Moldmaking may be known as a one-off industry, but that is not an accurate description of the current employment landscape across many mold shops. Those who are under 30 are entering and staying in this niche trade. And, I am not just talking about one noteworthy individual—I am seeing multiple workers under 30 making an impact across the shop floor in everything from engineering departments to human resources and marketing. Today's blog features those among them who are human resources professionals.
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Check out the full-length article, which features all 30 professionals from the 2018 class.
Honoring female makers, innovators and leaders who are influencing our industry's future.
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