Identical twins Erik (right) and Aaron Bannister, 21, fasten sections of a 777 midsection at the Boeing Co. factory on Monday in Everett. With retirements looming for many skilled workers, Boeing is looking for younger workers to replace its aging workforce. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Identical twins Erik (right) and Aaron Bannister, 21, fasten sections of a 777 midsection at the Boeing Co. factory on Monday in Everett. With retirements looming for many skilled workers, Boeing is looking for younger workers to replace its aging workforce. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Now hiring: Younger factory workers, at Boeing and elsewhere

The company and its training partners are fighting perceptions of a dying manufacturing industry.

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