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As Factory Activities Increase, Job Opportunities Grow

Written on February 02, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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Factory activities rise at its fastest pace since May 2004, making hopes for job growth go higher.

With US’ manufacturing industry having its best month in almost seven years, the outlook for job growth brightens. Many companies are exporting more construction and mining equipment, while Americans are buying more cars, appliances and computers.

According to a private trade group, Institute for Supply Management, their index of manufacturing activities increased to 60.8 last month. The strong data on factory activities was one of the main reasons Dow Jones’ industrial average closed for more than 12,000 for the first time since June 2008. Therefore, factories are more likely to crank out jobs this time around.

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