(DETROIT) — Countless people have lost jobs in the manufacturing industry in recent years, and Detroit has borne the brunt of it.A General Motors factory right outside the city is closing for good the day after Tuesday’s second 2020 Democratic debate in Detroit. But there’s hope: Organizations are helping re-train employees and invest in new technology to revitalize the manufacturing field.Watch the full segment on a special edition of ABC News Live’s “The Briefing Room” — live from the second Democratic debate in Detroit.ABC News Live went to a job fair specifically-designed to recruit employees for manufacturing jobs of the future — and resilient factory workers have successfully transitioned to those jobs.

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