Colorado Manufacturing Expert Talks About Shortage of Trade Workers

January 19, 2016
photo: Paul Harter, the president of Aqua-Hot
A worker at Aqua-Hot, a heating company.

Experts say Colorado manufacturing companies find it difficult to fill jobs. Entry level workers aren't the problem; for workers with more experience, companies are looking for talent out of state. 

Paul Harter, the president of Aqua-Hot, a heating company in Eastern Colorado, spoke about the shortage with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner.

Editor's note: An earlier version of the story misidentified the person in the photo. The error has been corrected.