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Manufacturing jobs decline in Kansas
Thursday, July 27, 2017
According to new data released this week by MNI, compiler and publisher of the industrial information that powers IndustryNet, Kansas lost manufacturing jobs over the past year. MNI reports Kansas lost 1,484 manufacturing jobs from May 2016 to May 2017, or 1%, adding to the general stagnation in manufacturing employment the state has experienced following the sharp losses of the recession. Our latest post examines a few of the challenges Kansas has faced in the post-recession era, and some of the areas in which Kansas' industrial sector excels: Post-recession recovery weak as aviation, oil, lose ground While many states in the nation have recovered significant numbers of jobs lost during the recession, Kansas has struggled to return to pre-recession levels. Over the past six years th...(Full Article)
After years of tepid growth, Arizona manufacturing employment rebounds
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
According to new data released this week by MNI, industrial companies in Arizona added thousands of jobs over the past year, led by strong growth in the state's electronics industry, as well as steady gains in its massive transportation equipment sector. According to MNI, compiler and publisher of the industrial information that powers IndustryNet, Arizona industrial employment surged by 3,000 jobs, or 1.4% -- the largest manufacturing employment gain recorded for the state since before the recession. Arizona was hit hard by the housing crisis, and many companies supplying the construction industry had to close their doors. In addition, cutbacks in defense spending hit some of the state's major aerospace and defense companies and plummeting metal prices hurt Arizona's sizable mining se...(Full Article)
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