After losing over 100,000 manufacturing jobs during and in the aftermath of the 2008 Great Recession, Ohio has rebounded considerably in the last three years. The addition of more than 4,900 manufacturing jobs and $2.2 billion in capital investment since 2015 explains why industry workers are examining candidates in the November election primarily for how much they support the manufacturing industry. They don’t want to lose this momentum, or their jobs again.
Read an in-depth look at the climate of Ohio’s manufacturing workforce as it relates to the upcoming elections on the VOA 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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