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THOUGHTFUL PERSPECTIVES: THE AEM INDUSTRY ADVISOR'S MOST WELL-READ BLOGS AND BYLINES OF 2022THOUGHTFUL PERSPECTIVES: THE AEM INDUSTRY ADVISOR'S MOST WELL-READ BLOGS AND BYLINES OF 2022

AEM strives to keep its member companies up to date with trends and perspectives of the industry. The AEM Industry Advisor features blogs and bylines that cover topics ranging from the developing workforce, new industry standards and any trends in between. The Advisor has the goal of providing valuable information to its readers, so as the year comes to an end, let’s look back at some of the most popular published pieces of 2022...

The Rural Migration Trend: What to Make of It, Why It's Happening and Where It's Headed -- By AEM's Danny Gavin -- Americans are moving to rural areas now more than ever, reflecting their desire for more space and lower cost of living. This migration will impact the agriculture industry, and this byline provides thoughtful insights into why it's happening.

 The Labor Shortage: How to Address One of Manufacturing’s Biggest Problems -- By AEM's Danny Gavin -- Job openings have been at record highs over the past year, but employers are struggling to find enough workers to meet the demand. These labor struggles will persist unless action is taken by building leadership pipelines and a sense of community within the industry. 

5 Key Takeaways From AEM’s Member Surveys on Supply Chain Issues -- By AEM's Benjamin Duyck -- AEM engages with its members through quarterly Industry Conditions Surveys and Market Outlook Webinars. This byline highlights the increasing concerns and struggles members are experiencing regarding supply chain issues.  

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