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How the workforce changed since the Great Recession began - Pew Research Center
Here are five ways in which the U.S. workforce has changed since the onset of the Great Recession. (It’s worth noting that, in many cases, the slump intensified or accelerated longer-term trends that already were underway. Also, in order to highlight changes, in most cases we compare the most recent available economic data points with those in December 2007, when the economy started its big slowdown.)
workforce-development  economic-recovery  economic-indicator-reports-analysis  demographics  skills-gap  Around-the-web  this-week-406 
december 2017 by areadevelopment
With Its Economic Heft, Houston Is Equipped to Recover From Harvey - WSJ
Unlike New Orleans after Katrina, the city is better-positioned to absorb the blow from what could be the most expensive U.S. storm ever
this-week-396-top  Around-the-web  Matt  houston  texas  southwest  environment  economic-recovery 
september 2017 by areadevelopment
The revolution won’t wait - Industrial Insights - PwC
Amidst all this change, one thing is certain: manufacturing executives aren’t waiting for lawmakers to determine the fate of their companies. Technological change is already doing that. We are arguably witnessing the greatest transformation in the manufacturing sector since the industrial revolution.
advanced-manufacturing  industry4.0  economic-recovery  industrial-real-estate  Around-the-web  economic-analysis  this-week-390-top 
june 2017 by areadevelopment
Detroit’s big bet on small business - Brookings Institution
As Detroit bounces back from municipal bankruptcy, regional leaders are also betting that small businesses can help fuel a recovery that extends to neighborhoods and entrepreneurs historically disconnected from regional growth.
Metros  economic-development-news  detroit  economic-recovery  startup  small-business  government-policy  Around-the-web  this-week-387 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
The New American Heartland: Renewing the Middle Class by Revitalizing the Heartland -
The greatest test America faces is whether it can foster the kind of growth that benefits and expands the middle class. To do so, the United States will need to meet three challenges: recover from the Great Recession, rebalance the American and international economies, and gain access to the global middle class for the future of American goods and services.
Around-the-web  this-week-387  business-globalization  economic-recovery  u.s.-manufacturing  regional-reports  texas  south  south-atlantic  midwest  plains 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
These Charts Show There's More to U.S. Factory Gains Than Autos - Bloomberg
Details of the Fed’s industrial production report showed the April improvement extended beyond autos. Output of consumer goods rose the most since November 2014. Ditto for the production of business equipment. In fact, output excluding the auto industry rose the most in three years, a figure that bodes well for the durability of the manufacturing improvement.
economic-indicator-reports  industrial-output  economic-indicator-reports-analysis  automotive-industry  u.s.-manufacturing  economic-recovery  Around-the-web  this-week-386 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
Manufacturing jobs are returning to some places. But these jobs are different. - Washington Post
The nation shed manufacturing jobs at a steady pace over most of the last quarter century. A combination of trade deals, automation and economic recessions sent the number of manufacturing jobs plummeting, with 6 million jobs being lost by 2011.

But since then, about half a million jobs have been regained.

They’re not the same jobs that left. They're not coming back everywhere, or even in the same places where jobs were lost. The map of where products are made in this country is being redrawn.
jobs  u.s.-manufacturing  backshoring  economic-recovery  Around-the-web  this-week-372-top 
december 2016 by areadevelopment
Huber Engineered Woods Reopens Spring City, Tennessee, Manufacturing Complex - Area Development
A leading manufacturer of specialty building products, Huber Engineered Woods will reopen its manufacturing facility in Spring City, Tennessee. The company plans to create 141 new jobs.
economic-recovery  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  Tennessee  south-dakota  manufacturing  jobs 
november 2016 by areadevelopment
Helping Rural America Catch Up - Room for Debate -
The latest economic data show the largest growth in real income and the greatest drop in poverty in years. But the biggest gains have been in the large metropolitan centers, and millions of Americans in rural communities and small Rust Belt towns still feel left behind
rural-economic-development  rural-economy  economic-indicator-reports  economic-indicator-reports-analysis  economic-recovery  Around-the-web  this-week-364-top 
september 2016 by areadevelopment
California's Inland Empire reels after losing hundreds of blue-collar jobs - LA Times
The Inland Empire, one of California’s poorest regions, has enjoyed a micro-boom in manufacturing employment, which has increased 15% since 2010. The region, which includes Riverside and San Bernardino counties, also has been buoyed in recent years by retail giant Amazon, which has leased massive warehouses that require packagers and truckers to transport those packages.
inland-empire  california  regional-reports  economic-recovery  furniture-industry  wisconsin  north-carolina  Around-the-web  this-week-363 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
Revitalizing America's Small and Medium-Sized Legacy Cities - Boston Fed
Many older industrial cities struggling to recover from long-term economic downturns, such as Detroit or Pittsburgh, have received attention from academics, practitioners, and the press for their decline and emerging recoveries. The trajectory of small and medium-sized legacy cities (SMLCs) like Ohio's Akron or Dayton (or, in New England, Springfield, Massachusetts, or New Haven, Connecticut) has received much less consideration.
urban-planning  urban-revitalization  Metros  economic-recovery  rust-belt  Around-the-web  this-week-356  economic-analysis 
june 2016 by areadevelopment
Can – and Should – Western Manufacturing be Saved? - Supply Chain Digest
As a quick note, The "and should" part of these titles came from some legitimate questions as to whether the US and other Western economies were simply headed down a "post manufacturing" economic path, with the ability to compete on a low cost world stage certainly in question. And with the added question of whether a future of low-skill, repetitive manufacturing work is really what is wanted. Maybe Western countries would be better off to just to dispense with the idea and move on.
u.s.-manufacturing  economic-recovery  business-globalization  economic-analysis  opinion  Around-the-web  this-week-330  supply-chain  global-supply-chain 
november 2015 by areadevelopment
Congressional Research Service Gets it Wrong, U.S. Manufacturing Still Hurting Post-Recession - ITIF
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) argues that a recent Congressional Research Service (CRS) report contains flaws that paint a rosier picture of U.S. manufacturing than is actually warranted.
u.s.-manufacturing  economic-recovery  industry-organizations  Around-the-web  this-week-319 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
The Tale of an Anxious Economic Recovery, Told by a Revived Textile Mill - The New York Times
The company’s trajectory parallels the course of the overall American recovery in the last six years. Growth has resumed and hiring has picked up, but a lingering unease remains, with workers in particular wondering how long the good times will last, and whether this is as good as it gets.
u.s.-manufacturing  minnesota  economic-recovery  Around-the-web  this-week-317  textiles-clothing-industries 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
Tech and innovation power Detroit's manufacturing revival - CNBC
Emerging from bankruptcy last year, Detroit's resurgence in manufacturing is seen as a major pathway to continued recovery.
supply-chain  detroit  Metros  economic-recovery  automotive-industry  this-week-312  Around-the-web 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
How U.S. companies can fill the skills gap - Fortune
The jobs the nation has been creating in the past two years are very different in nature from the ones that were lost following the 2008 financial crisis.
skills-gap  this-week-310  Around-the-web  economic-recovery  green-economy  high-tech 
june 2015 by areadevelopment
The Post-Recession State of U.S. Manufacturing - MAPI: Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation
Manufacturing output surpassed its previous cyclical peak level in 2014, driven almost entirely by the strength in durable goods production Export growth has been one of the major drivers of the recovery Recent data indicate that the swift decline in American manufacturing since 2000 may have leveled out
industry-organizations  economic-recovery  economic-analysis  u.s.-manufacturing  this-week-297  around-the-web 
march 2015 by areadevelopment
Beware the Soaring Dollar - Jerry Jasinowski - Huffington Post
Of late, it really has seemed like manufacturing was at long last on the rebound fulfilling its potential. Since the bottom of the recession, manufacturing has been expanding at an accelerating clip, leading the overall economic recovery and creating more than 700,000 jobs. But the soaring dollar is beginning to rain on the manufacturing parade.
opinion  u.s.-manufacturing  economic-recovery  economic-analysis  this-week-297  around-the-web  industry-organizations 
march 2015 by areadevelopment
The Economy: At Last, a Proper Recovery - The Economist
The American economy has technically been out of recession for six years. It is finally starting to feel like it. Millions of new jobs are sprouting.
this-week-293  around-the-web  matt  economic-recovery  economy  jobs 
february 2015 by areadevelopment
Which States Created the Most Jobs in 2014? - Stateline - The Pew Charitable Trusts
Boosted by an oil and gas boom, North Dakota’s jobs total grew by 4.8 percent between December 2013 and November of this year, the largest increase of any state. Texas’s employment growth ranked second at 3.7 percent, and Utah was third at 3.4 percent. Thirty-three states and the District of Columbia experienced employment growth of 1 percent or more.
economic-indicator-reports  unemployment-statistics  economic-recovery  this-week-288  around-the-web 
december 2014 by areadevelopment
Joel Kurtzman’s Case for Economic Optimism - strategy+business
Because of factory automation and robotics, North American productivity is staggering. The U.S. produces about seven times as much factory output per employee as China does. To be sure, this is tough for individuals. Factory workers need a minimum of two years of college, and ideally four years. But because productivity has grown faster than wages, labor in North America is not much more expensive than in Asia. There is still a lot of room to pay workers more, which would be very helpful for resolving income inequality.
u.s.-manufacturing  economic-recovery  economic-forecast  economic-analysis  this-week-281  around-the-web 
october 2014 by areadevelopment
A Look at New Employment Data for Metropolitan Labor Markets - Brookings Institution
The Great Recession created some of the toughest employment conditions that American workers experienced in the postwar period. The economy overall shed 8.7 million jobs in 2008 and 2009, and the unemployment rate reached a 25-year high of 10 percent in 2009. That year, more than 14 million Americans were looking for work but unable to find it, more than double the number before the recession started.
economic-recovery  economic-indicator-reports  economic-indicator-reports-analysis  demographics  this-week-281  around-the-web 
october 2014 by areadevelopment
Innovation Hub: The American Economy Is in Better Shape Than Ever - Xconomy
Joel Kurtzman, senior fellow at the Milken Institute and author of Unleashing the Second American Century, says that America is in surprisingly strong shape economically.
this-week-269  around-the-web  innovation-hubs  startup  silicon-valley  economic-recovery 
july 2014 by areadevelopment
Pittsburgh’s Path to Recovery - The Globalist
Pittsburgh is remaking itself by leveraging its regional strengths in education and health care and making strategic investments in innovation capacity.
metros  economic-development-news  rust-belt  pittsburgh  urban-planning  economic-recovery  this-week-266  around-the-web 
june 2014 by areadevelopment
U.S. Economy Sees Continued Improvement - Automation World
With borrowing costs still low and markets strengthening, businesses need to prepare for increasing activity going forward.
this-week-262  around-the-web  matt  economic-recovery  manufacturing 
may 2014 by areadevelopment
Metropolitan Jobs Recovery? Not Yet - Brookings Institution
According to the Monitor’s read out on metropolitan-area conditions, no less than 61 of the 100 largest U.S. metro areas are still below pre-recession peak jobs levels as of the end of 2013 (see map). The picture is pretty stark, with many of the metro areas hardest-hit by the recession still far from pre-recession employment levels.
economic-recovery  metros  economic-indicator-reports-analysis  this-week-257  around-the-web 
april 2014 by areadevelopment
State of the U.S. Economy: Ensuring America’s Innovators Can Thrive - LinkedIn
The U.S. has 6 million workers employed in technology and the highest concentration of knowledge and technology intensive industries in the world, representing 40 percent of our GDP. For our nation’s economy to continue to grow and remain globally competitive, we have to build on that momentum.
government-policy  economic-recovery  economic-analysis  patent-law-reform  workforce-development  skilled-labor  this-week-255  around-the-web 
march 2014 by areadevelopment
Big Opportunities for Small Business Manufacturing in 2014 - Industry Market Trends
The world of manufacturing appears to be expanding in the United States during this slow and cautious upswing in the economy. What is new and most intriguing is that the growth is in areas of small business.
small-manufacturing  u.s.-manufacturing  economic-recovery  this-week-249  around-the-web 
february 2014 by areadevelopment
Manufacturing, Exports, and the R&D X-Factor -
The U.S. needs an export strategy led by research and development, and it needs it now. A serious federal commitment to R&D would help arrest the long-term decline in manufacturing, and return America to its preeminent and competitive positions in high tech. At the same time, increasing sales of these once-key exports abroad would improve our also-declining balance of trade. It’s the best shot the U.S. has to energize its weak economic recovery.
u.s.-manufacturing  economic-recovery  this-week-241  around-the-web  economic-indicator-reports-analysis 
december 2013 by areadevelopment
The Tough Realities Facing Smaller Post-Industrial Cities - The Urbanophile
There are exceptions to the rule, including many delightful college towns or the occasional oddball like Columbus, Indiana, but for the most part smaller post-industrial cities have really struggled to reinvent themselves.
small-cities  economic-recovery  economic-development-news  around-the-web  this-week-237  metros  rust-belt 
november 2013 by areadevelopment
Do We Really Value Manufacturing's Place in Our Economy? - IndustryWeek
This economic recovery has not worked for the middle class; but a real one will occur when we begin to revalue manufacturing’s place at the heart of it.
economic-recovery  u.s.-manufacturing  around-the-web 
october 2013 by areadevelopment
Are U.S. manufacturing jobs coming back or has manufacturing “renaissance” peaked? --Stateline
While the new high-tech interests are encouraging, the reality is that the number of U.S. manufacturing jobs overall stopped climbing in July 2012. Since then, the number of U.S. manufacturing jobs, while fluctuating slightly, has been stalled at the 11.9 million range, federal data show. This raises important questions: Are expectations that U.S. manufacturing is poised for a “renaissance” unfounded and has the U.S. manufacturing comeback already peaked?
economic-recovery  u.s.-manufacturing  around-the-web  this-week-224 
july 2013 by areadevelopment
Don't Let Bankruptcy Fool You: Detroit's Not Dead - The Atlantic Cities
Beneath its fiscal problems, and all the hemming and hawing about them, lie the seeds of rebirth for the city and the broader metro region. Since the economic crisis, and perhaps somewhat before it, the first signs of recovery and revitalization, modest as they may be, are finally starting to surface.
economic-recovery  around-the-web  urban-planning  metros  detroit  this-week-223 
july 2013 by areadevelopment
Game changers: Five opportunities for US growth and renewal - McKinsey & Company
The US economy is struggling to find a new formula for vigorous growth. But all growth opportunities are not created equal. New McKinsey research pinpoints five catalysts—in energy, trade, technology, infrastructure, and talent development—that can quickly create jobs and deliver a substantial boost to GDP by 2020.
economic-recovery  workforce-development  around-the-web  economy  competitiveness  infrastructure  energy  skilled-labor  this-week-222 
july 2013 by areadevelopment
No, manufacturing jobs won’t revive the economy -
Stop claiming a factory boom will save the country and lift people up. Here's what these jobs really look like
economic-recovery  this-week-221  u.s.-manufacturing  around-the-web 
july 2013 by areadevelopment
Which States Are Winning the Recovery? - The Atlantic
The Great Recession was not an equal-opportunity disaster. Some states (Nevada, Florida, California, Michigan) got absolutely mauled in the downturn. Others (Texas, New York), came out bruised, but not really bloodied.
this-week-220  economic-recovery  regional-reports  around-the-web  economic-analysis 
july 2013 by areadevelopment
America's Fastest-Growing Cities Since The Recession - Forbes
It was widely reported that the Great Recession and subsequent economic malaise changed the geography of America. Suburbs, particularly in the Sun Belt, were becoming the “new slums” as people flocked back to dense core cities.
economic-recovery  diaspora  around-the-web  this-week-219  metros  demographics 
june 2013 by areadevelopment
Persistent Skills Gap Hindering Economic Recovery in Cities; Promising Models Found in Norfolk, VA, Charlotte, NC - SSTI Weekly Digest
Amid a national economic recovery, city officials report a recent and persistent skills gap that may signal structural challenges and present serious barriers to sustained growth for metros. Nearly nine in 10 city officials (88 percent) note that workforce alignment has not improved over the past year, according to a recent survey on city fiscal conditions from the National League of Cities (NLC). Meanwhile, new business growth, as represented by indicators of entrepreneurial activity and new business permits, is showing signs of improvement.
economic-recovery  north-carolina  around-the-web  metros  this-week-216  virginia  studies  skilled-labor 
may 2013 by areadevelopment
Leading Locations for 2013: Ranking MSAs for Economic & Job Growth - Area Development Online
Area Development analyzes economic and work force data for 380 MSAs and a picture emerges of the cities across America that are coming out of the recession as economic front-runners. Recovery is always easiest with a diversified economic base, a trait that almost all of the top-ranked "Leading Locations" share.
economic-recovery  jobs  metros  economic-indicator-reports  workforce  economic-development  site-selection  matt  msas 
may 2013 by areadevelopment
Signs of Factory Revival Hard to Spot -
Its true that industrial production has grown twice as fast as the economy as a whole in this recovery, and manufacturers are adding jobs again. But economists see those gains as too small relative to what was lost in previous years to suggest a full-blown revival. Factories fell so hard, the logic goes, some gains are a given.
economic-recovery  this-week-209  u.s.-manufacturing  around-the-web  economic-indicator-reports  economic-analysis 
april 2013 by areadevelopment
Welcome to the ‘Jobless’ U.S. Manufacturing Boom - Fiscal Times
There are about 300,000 small-to-medium manufacturers in the U.S. that Baxter would be perfect for . A lot of these manufacturers tend to make multiple items, or fill custom-made orders, and need a machine that can easily be reprogrammed to do different tasks.
economic-recovery  robotics-manufacturing  u.s.-manufacturing  small-business  around-the-web  SME's  this-week-207 
march 2013 by areadevelopment
Manufacturers Brace for Sequestration Impact - News
There is the possibility that Congress will develop an alternative to sequestration. The clock is, in fact, ticking toward the next deadline, March 27, when the Continuing Resolution, signed by President Barack Obama in September to fund the federal government, expires. Unless a meaningful resolution is reached, aerospace and defense industries will likely face even greater uncertainty in their near-term planning.
aerospace  economic-recovery  defense  government-policy  sequestration  industry-reports  economy 
march 2013 by areadevelopment
Pittsburgh One of Only Three U.S. Cities to Have Fully Recovered from the Recession - The Takeaway
The third stop on our road to recovery is in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh has officially reached pre-2007 levels for both GDP per capita and employment, and its most recent unemployment levels come in just under the national average. Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl discusses his city's road to prosperity.
around-the-web  This-Week-194  economic-recovery  metros  pittsburgh 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
2013 Economic Outlook: Growth in an Era of Fiscal Constraint - Wells Fargo Economics Group
A moderate, subpar pace of growth should continue to be the story in 2013, as consumers, businesses and governments adjust to the new normal of fiscal constraint. Elected leaders will feel the pressure to rein in budget deficits with the understanding that fiscal policy will be
dictated by the choices made today and the long-run growth of the economy.
around-the-web  This-Week-194  studies  economic-recovery  economic-indicator-reports 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
Dallas Is One of Only Three U.S. Cities that Has Recovered Fully from the Recession - The Takeaway
Last week the Brookings Institution named Knoxville, Dallas, and Pittsburgh the only three American cities to have officially emerged from the recession.
around-the-web  This-Week-194  metros  dallas  economic-recovery 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
Knoxville One of Three American Cities "Fully Recovered" from Great Recession - The Takeaway
What do Pittsburgh, Dallas, and Knoxville have in common? According to our research, not much. But recent findings from the Brookings Institution show that these three cities are the only major metropolitan areas in the United States that are experiencing an economic recovery since the recession ended in 2009.
around-the-web  This-Week-194  metros  Tennessee  economic-recovery  knoxville 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
The 2012 State New Economy Index - The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
Massachusetts no longer holds the commanding lead it held in the 2010 index; in this edition, it shares the top quartile with Delaware, Washington, California, and Maryland. Second-place Delaware is perhaps the most globalized of states, with business-friendly corporation law that attracts both domestic and foreign companies and supports a high-wage traded service sector.
studies  around-the-web  This-Week-194  economic-recovery  innovation-hubs  regional-reports  ranking 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
Rob Atkinson: Which States Are Thriving in Innovation in the New Economy? - Ideas Lab
The president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation discusses the 2012 State New Economy Index, which identifies which states are thriving in the new economy, and which are struggling.
around-the-web  This-Week-194  innovation-hubs  regional-reports  economic-recovery 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
Global MetroMonitor 2012: Slowdown, Recovery, and Interdependence - Brookings Institution
While the global economic recovery slowed in 2012, the world’s largest metropolitan economies continued to have very different growth experiences. Disparities loom both across major world regions and within them, reflecting differences in metro industrial structure, national growth rates, and metro starting points.
around-the-web  This-Week-193  economic-recovery  economic-indicator-reports  international-location-reports  studies  metros 
november 2012 by areadevelopment
Remaking Federalism, Renewing the Economy - Brookings Institution
As befits a federal republic, cities, metropolitan areas, and their states are stepping up to develop new solutions and point the way to renewal. Increasingly, metropolitan areas and their states are acting like the engines of prosperity and change they are and—through their own initiative—leading.
around-the-web  economic-recovery  economic-development-news  metros 
november 2012 by areadevelopment
Restarting the US small-business growth engine - McKinsey Quarterly - Strategy - Growth
Reinvigorating small business starts with identifying the high-growth firms that disproportionately drive economic activity and jobs. In an accompanying video, AOL cofounder Steve Case explains how big businesses can benefit too.
around-the-web  This-Week-190  jobs  small-business  economic-recovery 
november 2012 by areadevelopment
Ohio’s manufacturing gains likely to continue -
Reshoring has already taken root in Ohio and could help sustain the state’s already robust recovery in manufacturing employment, which has rebounded from a loss of about 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.
around-the-web  This-Week-185  economic-recovery  skilled-labor  ohio  automotive-industry  backshoring  u.s.-manufacturing 
september 2012 by areadevelopment
A homecoming for US manufacturing? Why a resurgence in US manufacturing may be the next big bet - PwC
The manufacturing sector in the US is rebounding. Is this a cyclical recovery or could it be an indication of a more sustained one? PwC looks at possible structural changes in seven key areas that could lead to a sustained recovery and help reverse the offshoring of R&D and production in the manufacturing sector.
around-the-web  This-Week-184  economic-recovery  u.s.-manufacturing 
september 2012 by areadevelopment
Clean Energy Companies Are Powering Economic Recovery and Job Growth - The Energy Collective
A few years ago, Craig Winn launched a new company with two employees and a good idea: leverage the auto industry’s engineering prowess to improve solar manufacturing. Three years later, the Michigan-based company has hired nearly 50 workers and doubled its production capacity. The secret to its success is using precision techniques from car manufacturing to make the metal frames that hold solar panels. Business has been so good the company is opening a new plant in Ohio this year.
This-Week-180  cleantech  clean-energy  economic-recovery  jobs  green-economy  around-the-web  Matt  mat 
august 2012 by areadevelopment
Exports: Center Stage in U.S. Manufacturing Revival - IndustryWeek
ITA's Perez says Commerce Department working to help ensure manufacturers benefit fully from recent free trade agreements.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-Week-173  economic-recovery  competitiveness  business-globalization  manufacturing 
june 2012 by areadevelopment
U.S. manufacturing makes a comeback - The Washington Post
Amid continuing mixed signals about the economy, one notable bright spot is the revival of U.S. manufacturing.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-168  economic-recovery  manufacturing  competitiveness 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
What's Good for GM Is Good for the Economy - Businessweek
The auto resurgence—from assembly lines and dealerships to steelmakers, freight lines, and loan providers—signals the U.S. is headed for solid growth, says Joseph Carson, director of global economic research at AllianceBernstein in New York.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-168  oem's  economic-recovery  gm  automotive-industry 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
How Metropolitan Areas Can Recharge Manufacturing - Brookings Institution
Perhaps the only silver lining to the Great Recession is that it triggered a new focus on manufacturing in the United States. After 25 years of being sold a shiny vision of a service-dominated post-industrial economy, the U.S. is rediscovering how important it is to actually make things in order to spur innovation, raise wages, drive exports and lower the trade deficit.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  manufacturing  economic-recovery  This-week-167 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
Locating American Manufacturing: Trends in the Geography of Production - Brookings Institution
Geographic considerations are, in fact, central to whether the slow growth of U.S. manufacturing jobs during the last two years signals a renaissance of American manufacturing or merely a temporary respite from long-term decline.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  manufacturing  economic-recovery  This-week-167 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
Worse Than the Great Depression: What the Experts Are Missing About American Manufacturing Decline - The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
In the 2000s, U.S. manufacturing suffered its worst performance in American history in terms of jobs. Not only did America lose 5.7 million manufacturing jobs, but the decline as a share of total manufacturing jobs (33 percent) exceeded the rate of loss in the Great Depression.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-162  jobs  economic-recovery  competitiveness  manufacturing 
march 2012 by areadevelopment
Foreign Industrial Investment Is Reshaping America -
Declinism may be all the rage in intellectual salons from Beijing to Barcelona and Boston, but decisions being made in corporate boardrooms suggest that the United States is emerging the world’s biggest winner. Long the world leader as a destination for overseas investment, the U.S. is extending its lead as the favored land of overseas capital.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  economic-recovery  business-globalization  fdi-USA  location-usa  this-week-159 
march 2012 by areadevelopment
Dumping China for American job shops - CNN Money
U.S. small businesses that initially rushed to Chinese factories to get their products made are now dumping them for American manufacturers.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  this-week-157  economic-recovery  china  backshoring  reshoring  manufacturing 
february 2012 by areadevelopment
Michigan Must Decide What to Do With an Unexpected Surplus -
Now, however, as a majority of states have begun collecting tax revenues that are on par with or even above expectations, they face some measure of Michigan’s situation — trying to sort out whether the worst is really over, whether it is safe to start spending again, or whether a rainy day fund may be the prudent course.
economic-development-news  twitterfeed  around-the-web  this-week-156  economic-recovery  michigan  regional-reports 
february 2012 by areadevelopment
Do Americans Have 21st Century Job Skills? - Forbes
Howard Elias is President and Chief Operating Officer, Information Infrastructure and Cloud Services, at EMC.
workforce-development  skilled-labor  economic-recovery  This-Week-150  around-the-web  twitterfeed  Week 
december 2011 by areadevelopment
Employment Patterns During the Recovery: Who Are Getting the Jobs and Why? - Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review, Third Quarter 2011
Employment gains during the recovery have differed sharply depending on workers' level of education, age, and gender. Workers with high levels of education, workers age 55 and older, and men have experienced the strongest employment gains in the recovery.
jobs  labor  this-week-149  around-the-web  twitterfeed  economic-recovery 
december 2011 by areadevelopment
Seven Innovation Policy Ideas to Spark an Economic Recovery in the U.S. - Xconomy
These two things have come together in the latest innovation report, under a section in the full report that outlines “Seven Innovation Policy Ideas to Spark an American Recovery.” Roth tells me they encompass recommendations that San Diego’s life sciences and high-tech leaders have pulled together over the past two months as legislative priorities to be pursued over the next year.
economic-recovery  government-policy  innovation  repatriation  this-week-147  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
Will the U.S. and Europe Rise Again -- or Sink Together? - Knowledge@Wharton
Are things as bad as they seem? Unfortunately, they are, say three Wharton faculty members who study economics and financial markets. At a recent presentation before Wharton board members, Franklin Allen, Richard Marston and Kent Smetters warned that a true recovery could be some time off, and that conditions could get worse before they get better.
economic-recovery  business-globalization  this-week-145  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
Hey, World! Buffalo is calling! - Next American City
Hey, world! Buffalo is calling! And it wants you to know its steel mills closed down like 30 years ago, the Blizzard of 77 is so yesterday, and the Buffalo wing was invented way back in 1964. Your impressions of Buffalo are so out of date.
buffalo  regional-reports  economic-development-news  economic-recovery  rust-belt  this-week-145  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
Michigan Surpassing 48 States Shows Autos Drive U.S. Recovery - Businessweek
Michigan’s economy is recovering from the recession at the second-fastest pace in the U.S., lifted by reviving carmakers and local manufacturers, according to a new Bloomberg index that tracks the pace of state growth.
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november 2011 by areadevelopment
How Communities Can Beat the Jobless Recovery - Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
According to a June 2011 study from the McKinsey Global Institute, the “jobless recovery” may be America’s new reality. From the end of the last World War through the 1980s, it took an average of 6 months for employment to recover from recession. But after the 1990-91 downturn, it took 15 months. After the “dotcom recession” of 2001, it took 39 months. If recent trends continue, it could take 60 months – five years – for employment to recover from the 2008-10 recession.
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