Ohio's manufacturing gains likely to continue
from Dayton Daily News
After years of outsourcing, U.S. manufacturers are beginning to step up production at home in response to rising costs in foreign markets and the productivity of American workers. Added factory work that would have otherwise gone overseas could generate up to five million U.S. manufacturing jobs and jobs that support the manufacturing industry by the end of the decade, according to a recent report from The Boston Consulting Group. The trend, known as "reshoring," already has taken root in Ohio and could help sustain the state's already robust recovery in manufacturing employment, which has rebounded from a loss of abo0ut 147,000 jobs during the 2007-09 recession to a gain of 50,000 jobs since the recovery began, the latest government jobs figures show.
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