Ever since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in the United States back in the early 1800’s manufacturing has played a major role in local communities all across the country. We share the advantages and you may be surprised to learn some disadvantages too. Read more to find out …..
American factories were closed down and manufacturing was moved overseas.The so called “experts” say this is a good thing because stuff we buy now is cheaper. However, are we actually better off now or are we poorer? Read more to find out …..
There was a time when there was pride in American manufacturing and more of the merchandise that you found on the store shelves all across the country were made in factories somewhere in America. But was that such a big deal? Read more to find out …..
Ever since the beginning of the economic downturn in 2008, the workforce has shed 1.2 million US manufacturing jobs. What kind of jobs can these people expect to get if manufacturing jobs aren’t available? Read more here …
St Patrick’s day is coming up and we thought it a good idea to recognize the positive impact the Irish immigrants have had on American manufacturing throughout the years. We highlight the many reasons we have to be thankful to the Irish for their contribution to the great American success story. Read more here …
The more and more that you see Made in America plastered on the labels of products in the stores that you shop in means that there are more families across the country benefiting directly. This is because …..
According to American manufacturing statistics, the United States is the largest manufacturing country in the world, with more than 18% of the global number of goods manufactured here. However, in 1985, it produced 28 percent of the world’s goods. Where is American manufacturing headed? Read more to find out ….
While unemployment numbers say that more people are working and less are still out of work, too many of these jobs are low paying, minimum wage or even part-time jobs that pay very little and rarely have benefits. Are US manufacturing jobs the answer? Read more to find out ….
In 1985, America produced 28 percent of the world’s goods. Today US manufacturing is still the world’s largest producer at 18.2%. However, China is closing up fast. Just what is China’s world market share and are they going to catch us? Read more to find out ….
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