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How can the U.S. job market fully and realistically recover without manufacturing jobs being created?

Although a lot has been done or is being done to restore confidence and jobs in the U.S. economy, is recovery truly possible when so many manufacturing jobs have left the country, never to return? How will new manufacturing jobs be created, or something (don't know what) to take their place?

Asked By: Joseph - 2/13/2011
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It can't because unfortunately, more and more of these jobs are going to China and Mexico.
Answered By: Amy - 2/13/2011
Additional Answers (9)
It cannot.
Answered By: Arizona Its All Good - 2/13/2011
 
Government needs to stay the heck out of our business. We know how to create and make money. When we make money, we pay taxes. When we make money, we hire people. They pay taxes. When those people get tired of working for someone else, they create their own job and pay taxes. They hire others, and they pay taxes... More
Answered By: American First - 2/13/2011
 
Obama should make more govt programs to employ people and raise tax
Answered By: Andy - 2/13/2011
 
If we ever get manufacturing jobs, they will be minimum wage no benefit jobs. Just what the manufacturing companies want. I don't want to remake our country into Mexico. Instead, let's have an educated population that does jobs that pay benefits and a living wage.
Answered By: Sadcat - 2/13/2011
 
First let's just say that when and engineering firm designs a bridge for a company in France then uses the money to buy manufactured goods from overseas that wealth is created in the USA... More
Answered By: FOOD FIGHT! - 2/13/2011
 
It can't. The US has to move again to the front of technology research and development and then create a new manufacturing base to manufacture good based on that technology. The US, at the same time, must get the greed in unions and upper echelon of companies under control or those jobs we make will go away also.
Answered By: 63vette - 2/13/2011
 
Nope, the US econmy has been othe decline for the last 20 years.
Answered By: William C. - 2/13/2011
 
how can the retail cycle be self sustaining?....you chop up our cars, put them on a train, then a slow boat to china, to be turned into finished products, and a return cycle back to the US.... not very efficient... More
Answered By: lymanspond - 2/13/2011
 
Build more Walmarts & McDs.
Answered By: Yeah, Butt - 2/13/2011
 
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