Is manufacturing in the U.S. making a comeback?
While the United States has added more than 520,000 manufacturing jobs in the last three years, economists disagree about whether the increase signals a real turnaround. From 2000 to 2009, the U.S. lost 6 million factory jobs, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says.
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