Kelly Candaele

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As part of our series "Modern Trades," DnA visited the Electrical Training Institute, in the city of Commerce.

Electrical Training Institute

As part of our series "Modern Trades," DnA visited the Electrical Training Institute, in the city of Commerce.

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The United States has reportedly lost more than 4.5 million manufacturing jobs since NAFTA took effect in 1994.

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The United States has reportedly lost more than 4.5 million manufacturing jobs since NAFTA took effect in 1994.

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