Despite improvements in production technology and rising imports, manufacturing employment is expected to increase slightly as strong demand continues for high-tech electrical goods and pharmaceuticals. Between 2002 and 2012, pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing employment is expected to increase by 68,000 jobs, plastics and rubber products manufacturing by 138,000 jobs, machinery manufacturing by 120,000 jobs, and a 97,000 projected job growth for fabricated metal product manufacturing.
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