How the U.S. Can Reshore the Semiconductor Industry

Through the upskilling and reskilling of talent, and a focus on adjacent skills, the U.S. can achieve a dramatic reshoring of the chip manufacturing sector.

As the nation has outsourced chip manufacturing over the last two decades, the talent pool and necessary expertise has eroded.

But government funding is available to address this challenge, and states are competing for the chance to attract semiconductor business. Large manufacturers are looking for states that provide the best incentives and infrastructure.

Find in this white paper:

  • Why this challenge was created
  • How the U.S. can reshore chip-making
  • How skills needs are changing in the industry
  • The use of “adjacent skills” to address the semiconductor skills shortage

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