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Last July was a good month for factory workers in Anderson, Ind., where a Honda parts supplier announced plans to build a plant and create up to 325 jobs. But it was a grim month in the Cleveland suburbs, where an industrial plastics firm told the
Salil asked for a better representation of some of the data in my post, specifically, a pair of tables I posted on jobs gains and losses since 2007. I put together a line chart of what Salil asked, but I like the pie charts he sent much better.
Visitors to Clyde are greeted with the view of a water tower presiding over the flat landscape, carrying a large Whirlpool logo. The tower is a clear symbol of the small Ohio town's economic heart. Whirpool's 2.5 million sq ft (232,000 sq m) washing
Inquiring minds are investigating job creation and losses during the economic recovery. Data for following Tableau Software interactive map is courtesy of Economic Modeling Specialists...Usage Notes : Hover your cursor over any line to see additional
It was great they didn't vote in any of the cheaters such as Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire, but they could have made a very big statement by electing Roger Maris...One of the greatest accomplishments in baseball history has been overlooked.
The sharp slowdown in U.S. manufacturing that began last spring appears to be over, setting the stage for moderate expansion in the factory sector in coming months with a little boost from companies bringing overseas production back to America.
Employment growth in central Ohio is expected to be modest again this year, but the gains could be strong enough to push total employment in the region to a record, according to forecasts released yesterday. The region should pick up 13,500 jobs this
Associated Press Nearly all major industries added jobs in 2012 for the second year in a row. The biggest gain occurred in professional and business services, a catch-all category that is made up of mostly high-paying jobs such as accountants,
The manufacturing industry showed momentum going into 2013, with the ISM’s manufacturing index rising to 50.7 in December, up from a three-year low in November. January 04, 2013 The Institute for Supply Management announced Wednesday that
U.S. service firms ' activity expanded in December by the most in nearly a year, driven by a jump in new orders and hiring. The Institute for Supply Management says its index of non-manufacturing activity rose to 56.1 in December from 54.7 in