The Boston Consulting Group presents optimistic reports for U.S. manufacturing

In two recent studies produced by The Boston Consulting Group it has been found that the U.S. economy is experiencing an upswing in the export manufacturing industry and with this manufacturing upswing between 2.5 and 5 million jobs could be created in the U.S. by the end of the decade. “The U.S. Skills Gap: Could it Threaten a Manufacturing Renaissance” report examines the whether or not there really is a gap of skilled employees in the manufacturing industry and The U.S. as one of the Developed World’s Lowest-Cost Manufacturers” examines what the future for the U.S. economy will look like in terms of manufacturing exports.

 

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