Report offers strategies to grow jobs in Mass.

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By Edward Donga | The Patriot Ledger | October 4, 2012 A new job-creation report says the state’s employment picture could be improved by lowering business costs, investing in infrastructure, supporting public education, and coordinating workforce training programs and job search resources. Legislators, government officials and labor representatives joined at the State House on Wednesday to present […]

Manufacturing poised for promising future, Northeastern University study says

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By Jay Fitzgerald | | September 13, 2012 After decades of losing factory and assembly line jobs, manufacturing is poised for a promising future in Massachusetts, thanks to corporate investments in cutting-edge technologies and skilled workers who are churning out high-end products faster and cheaper than ever here, a new study says. Employment in the sector […]

Manufacturing ‘renaissance’ takes shape in Mass.


By Ira Kantor | The Boston Herald | September 13, 2012 Massachusetts’ manufacturing sector no longer suffers from “Rodney Dangerfield syndrome” — it finally has respect, according to a new report issued today. Investments in new equipment and technology; the development of more specialized products; and increased workforce training efforts have helped the industry undergo an “economic […]

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