One of our goals here at The-Products: Manufacture’s United is to help create more jobs around the country. Since opening our door we have help manufactures create over 2 million new jobs in the United States. in 2014 we helped manufactures across the country creates over 165,000 new jobs. Our goal for 2015 is to triple the amount of jobs we help created in 2014.
- Manufacturers in the United States are the most productive in the world, far surpassing the worker productivity of any other major manufacturing economy, leading to higher wages and living standards.
- There are more than 12 million Americans that are employed directly in manufacturing. Between the years 2013-2014 the the average manufacturing worker in the United States earned $77,506 per year.
- Manufacturing supports an estimated 17.6 million jobs in the United States.
- Taken alone, manufacturing in the United States would be the ninth-largest economy in the world
- In 2011, manufacturers generated $1.84 trillion worth of value-added. Some sectors, such as electronics, computers and related hardware, expanded at a very fast clip. Others lost ground to changing tastes and technology. In the 20 years ending in 2011, manufacturing output increased more than 55 percent.
- Policymakers are finally starting to understand the importance of manufacturing to economic growth and higher living standards. Leaders in both major political parties have publicly recognized the critical role manufacturing plays in creating jobs and vibrant communities. Now it is time for them to address the challenges that restrict greater growth and threaten U.S. manufacturers’ ability to compete in the global market.
- Manufacturing is also vital to attracting investment from overseas. Manufacturing companies in the United States are responsible for nearly half of all U.S. exports while foreign-headquartered companies now invest nearly $750 billion in U.S. manufacturing and employ more than 1.6 million people.