Manufacturing employment up across US
May 15, 2014|By Admin|With 12 comments
2014 saw 6 times as many manufacturing jobs return to America as 2010. Growth across the sector has shown consistent growth as employers have discovered the China experiment has came at increasing costs as well as liabilities for intellectual property loss and competitive advantage. This has driven the sector to return many overseas jobs to the United States. An increasing demand for skilled trades such as machinists, and technicians has resulted as well as robust growth of payrolls for assembly and laborers. Additionally, professional roles such as manufacturing, quality, electrical, mechanical engineers and operations, accounting, management and back office positions supporting manufacturing operations are seeing robust growth across industry.