Chipmaker Micron will have to overcome a massive shortage of skilled workers in order to open its planned semiconductor-manufacturing campus in the suburbs of Syracuse, N.Y.
WSJ reporter Joseph De Avila joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how the company is dealing with the shortage and what it says about the Biden administration’s goal of increasing chipmaking in the U.S.
0:00 Why a lack of skilled workers could challenge Biden’s chipmaking plan
0:53 Reasons the semiconductor plant is being built in Clay, New York
2:07 What kind of skilled workers will the manufacturing plant need?
2:56 Why programs are training new talent in becoming technicians and engineers
4:08 Has the Chips and Science Act helped fund companies like Micron?
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