U.S. Lost 29,000 Manufacturing Jobs in March
During the month of March, the U.S. lost 29,000 manufacturing while gaining in the retail, restaurant, and drinking establishments, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Most of the manufacturing losses occurred in the durable goods industry such as machinery and semiconductors for example. Manufacturing jobs were at their peak in the United States were at their peak in 1979 and since then jobs have whittled away in this country. It's a sad commentary for this country because that means our country is not as self-sufficient when it comes to producing our own goods like we once were at one time. Of course I believe that's all part of the takedown of our country by the globalist establishment. Click on CNSNews.com to read the full story.