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Angelou Economics forecast 45,000 new jobs will be added to Austin’s five-county metro area in 2012 and 2013, more than doubling the job expansion of the past two years.
But you don’t have to move here.
When it comes to profit and satisfaction, craft business is showing how American manufacturing can compete in the global economy.
Obama’s auto bailout, just by itself, saved a lot more jobs than Apple’s US employment.
Texas is doing better on the manufacturing front than the nation as a whole. More than 836,000 Texans are employed in manufacturing, the second highest number in the U.S. According to our
latest monthly employment statistics, Texas has added 25,200 manufacturing jobs over the past twelve months. Texas also exports nearly $160 billion worth of manufactured goods a year. We lead all states in that regard with our nearest competitor, California, next at less than $85 billion annually.