North American manufacturing is enjoying one of its best rallies in years as Asia struggles to earn more business. Before long, American and Canadian producers could find themselves shipping assembled goods overseas.
Unionized employees had refused to go back to their jobs at the twin plant complex near high-tech hub Bangalore following an end to an eight-day company lockout last month, amid a dispute over pay and other issues.
U.S. manufacturing managers earned an average salary of $111,480, according to the 2014 IndustryWeek Salary Survey. That's up from $103,613 in the previous year's survey and the second consecutive year in which the average has breached the $100...
Have never had a raise that kept up with the cost of living.
Good job, good company, fair wage
I am responsible for 4 locations and run one facility.
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