PBS Report: Despite rising salaries, the skilled-labor shortage is getting worse

"I have got plumbers that work for me today that make $200,000-plus a year," says a business owner in Seattle.

So, why is it so difficult to find workers in plumbing and other skilled trades?

"There's this stigma that goes along with getting your hands dirty."

Learn about the shortage of skilled-trades workers and the (well-paid) opportunities available in this feature from the PBS NewsHour.

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