Demand for manufactured goods has grown during the pandemic, but new orders have been falling in recent months.
New and better jobs could be created if we invest in breakthrough technologies that generate opportunities.
People have outdated ideas about manufacturing jobs and facilities, according to an executive.
There’s a skills mismatch between job openings and job seekers.
Why is it sometimes cheaper for U.S. consumers to buy goods from China than from local vendors?
The decline in unemployment has slowed since an early rebound from the first wave of COVID-19 shutdowns.
As president-elect, Trump cut a deal to keep a manufacturing plant in Indiana. But the industry's workers have still taken a hit.
Even in sectors where demand is high, the coronavirus has slowed production.
Most people in China are just getting paid wages for February and by law, employees are supposed to receive their regular salaries even when their companies were shut because of the coronavirus. Did they?