Everybody knows that there are fewer manufacturing jobs in the U.S. than there used to be. To be precise, there are 7 million fewer manufacturing jobs now than when employment in the sector hit its all-time high of 19.5 million in June 1979. Manufacturing’s share of nonfarm payroll employment has dropped from a wartime peak…
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