manufacturing jobs

The Taiwanese manufacturer will receive $3 billion in state tax credits that will have to be covered by increased taxes on everybody else.
Progressives should stop re-litigating the campaign and start pushing clearly pro-worker policies.
Co-authored by Dorothy Shapiro, Fellow and Lecturer in Law, The University of Chicago Law School President Trump has promised
This month is the one-year anniversary of Alcoa closing the largest aluminum smelter in the United States – the Warrick in
Donald J. Trump, the most powerful man in the world, thinks he can stop corporations from shipping jobs abroad. But with
Credit: Engineering Course, Southeast Community College Meanwhile, American workers, and the governments they elected, remained
Manufacturers across the U.S. are all too familiar with the challenge of finding the skilled workers they need.
He describes his plan to create jobs with a federal infrastructure spending project – that is improvements to the likes of
Making Manufacturing A Priority - by Jerry Jasinowski President-elect Trump is taking it from all sides about his intervention
Bringing back manufacturing jobs is an impossibility not even someone who can single-handedly defeat ISIS could pull off.