Manufacturing Rate of Growth Drops Slightly in February

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EdwardThirlwall   3/29/2019 4:17:20 AM

This is what happens to every industry out there. There are times when orders see a spike which constitutes to a good headcount stability, whereas on other occasions, the demand could dip and that directly affects manpower needs as well. Employers know of such trends so they have to get a good plan in place to delegate their staff accordingly.

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International movements?
ThomasMaloney   3/26/2019 12:28:31 AM

I'm actually quite surprised that the manufacturing industries have been slowing down. But then again, given the nature of the state of international affairs at the moment, I think that a lot of industries are just uncertain what the demands are going to be looking like for international trade. It will probably like this for a while more even though domestic demand remains high...

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