A Recent Upswing in Manufacturing May Not Be an Indicator of Future Employment

After a steep plunge in 2008, statistics show an upswing in US manufacturing output.

While the increase does not yet fully reflect in manufacturing employment figures, the segment is benefitting from: weakness in the dollar, increased foreign wage rates, falling utility rates and ongoing difficulties in offshoring–from supply chain friction to exchange rate volatility.

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