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The state of manufacturing in the states

David Brancaccio Dec 30, 2014
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Stephan Richter, editor in chief of The Globalist, has a question: What percentage of of U.S. jobs does the manufacturing sector account for today?

But more to the point, are those jobs part of an industry renaissance, or are they a new kind of employment that in reality, is not as good as it sounds?

Richter joined Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio to talk about the danger of heralding the return of manufacturing to the U.S.

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