How Much Of Our Exports Come From Manufacturing?

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With almost 300,000 establishments and 11 million employees, manufacturing plays a major role in the nation’s economy. So much so that about 6 in 10 U.S. export dollars come from manufacturers. Click on the Infographic below to find out more things about the manufacturing industry you probably didn’t know.

Manufacturing Info Graph

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4 Responses to How Much Of Our Exports Come From Manufacturing?

  1. Susana Cantoya says:

    This is a proof of how connected the Economy is but also how important is to be prepared as a professional for a very challenging and so interconnected market.

    Thank you.

  2. Tammy says:

    Here is another question: How much of our exports come from our imports?

  3. Corey Johnson says:

    I work with manufacturers every day. There is a lot of pride amongst US manufacturers. Some feel there is a resurgence in US manufacturing. These export figures support it.

  4. shiva says:

    I know that the same goods purchased else where in the world is not of the same standard as when it is from the USA. As long as the standards and quality of the manufactured product is maintained, it will be glory road for you.

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