Though 2018 was a strong year for manufacturing, import tariffs along with retaliatory tariffs have hindered growth in the industry. Ohio’s Manufacturing employment is up by 12,000, but those manufacturers using steel and aluminum may still need to shed workers due to tighter margins if the tariffs end up being long-term. Read more about the impact of the tariffs on Crain’s Cleveland Business website.
Jill is a formally trained graphic and web designer and writer who has been employed as such for more than 18 years. Her experience includes long-term employment with a Columbus-based technology consulting firm that worked closely for years with the State and Federal government, and the Human Resources & Engagement Department of Honda North America. She manages both of PolymerOhio's websites, their social media, blog writing and editing of guest posts, and marketing materials.
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