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North Carolina added thousands of #manufacturing jobs in the years following the recession, but growth was tepid in 2016. Our latest report examines the reasons why, and the surprising sub-sectors that are making gains:
https://www.mni.net/news/story/north-carolinas-manufacturing-job-growth-stalled-in-2016
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MNI's latest survey shows New Mexico manufacturing jobs rose 3.3% in 2014, double the nation's average gain! And the city that added the most jobs is...

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Congratulations to President/CEO Tom Dubin, who is celebrating 30 years with MNI this month! Tom started working at Manufacturers' News in April 1985, back when the company was operating out of a brownstone in Chicago. Says MNI Chairman Howard Dubin (Tom's father): "His first office at 4 E. Huron was in the back end of the basement in a decrepit laundry room of our three-story brownstone house. But from the beginning, he was creative, coming up with new ideas."
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Texas posted its first negative reading for manufacturing activity in nearly two years:

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U.S. factory output declined in February due to the "toxic cocktail" of a weak dollar, harsh winter, and plunge in oil prices:

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Congratulations to Advertising Sales Rep Charles Scherer, celebrating 25 years with MNI this month! Charles started with us in February 1990 as an Advertising Administrator, transitioning to Advertising Sales in 2000, and has excelled in both positions. Throughout the years his diligence, sincerity and kind manner have been appreciated by customers and staff alike. Congrats Charles!
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Chicago gained manufacturing jobs for the first time in over a decade, and among other bright spots, we've recorded a slowdown in the rate at which manufacturers are leaving the state. This, and more from our latest report:
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