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The Truth About Manufactoring Growth Since The 2000’s

Manufactoring growth seemingly recovered from 2008’s employment levels but a report by nonpartisan Information Technology and Innovation Foundation discovered that most of the growth is just cyclical not structural or a recovery which makes the growth temporary.

Even with the improvements the U.S was still lost about 1 million manufactoring jobs and 15,000 manufactoring establishments since 2000. The only real growth seen is in electronics and computers and even computer production had declined almost 10% from 2000 to 2009.



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