Millennials wanted as Boomers expected to leave a crater in the job market

By Weenta Girmay | PublicSource | May 17, 2015

Max Inks attended Pennsylvania State University for three years before he dropped out, a decision prompted by his underwhelming performance in classes toward an electrical engineering degree.

He transferred to the Westmoreland County Community College, where he started taking courses in robotics and electronics. One day, a professor sent him on a tour of a 3-D printing manufacturing facility.

Photo: Max Inks, 24, works in North Huntingdon, Pa., at The ExOne Company, which manufactures 3-D printers and prints in stainless steel. (Photo by Ohad Cadji)


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