This technology could have the biggest impact on American jobs since offshoring
from Business Insider
Manufacturing in the U.S. will never be what it was. Employment in the sector is down nearly 50 percent from its May 1979 peak, and fell more than 10 percent during the Great Recession. But 3-D printing, which last fall Credit Suisse forecast could grow up to 30 percent, has the potential to reshape how America makes stuff, creating new high tech jobs in the U.S. and bringing old ones back from abroad. The labor input savings 3-D printing can yield for employers are substantial — and at the same time, the technology appears poised to create markets for new, higher-skilled jobs.
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