Low-Wage Manufacturing Jobs Cost Taxpayers $10.2 Billion in Public Assistance – TIME


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Low-Wage Manufacturing Jobs Cost Taxpayers $10.2 Billion in Public Assistance
TIME
Republican and Democratic presidential candidates alike have hit the campaign trail this year to rally around the need for a stronger manufacturing base. State lawmakers, particularly in the South, have handed over millions in subsidies to lure
America’s new working poor — in manufacturingThe Seattle Times
One Third of U.S. Manufacturing Workers is on Public Aid: UC BerkeleyPatch.com

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