The state’s manufacturing growth contrasts with the nine-state region overall, which has shed nearly 9,000 manufacturing jobs since January.
Against the backdrop of brimming post-recession optimism, the worker shortage looming for years is beginning to sting as baby boomers retire and the pipeline of new workers undershoots demand.
The state exported $20.7 billion worth of manufactured, mining and agricultural products last year, down $106 million from a record $20.8 billion in 2012.
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Minnesota’s growth outlook dimmed a bit in August but there’s still room for economic expansion, according to a Tuesday report. The state scored 51.9 in the Mid-America Business Conditions Index, Creighton University’s monthly survey of supply managers that looks at business conditions across the Midwest region. Values above 50 indicate economic expansion in the next three ...
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