The Manufacturing Sector has Lost 27,000 jobs
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NBC News Reports: Pennsylvania factory layoff foreshadows Trump 2020 troubles
While Trump promised to revive the manufacturing sector, his time in the White House has actually forced the sector to lay off 27,000 people.
Out of the 21 states with manufacturing job losses so far this year, some of those with the biggest percentage declines are states where Trump won by less than 5 percentage points. In Pennsylvania, the manufacturing sector lost 8,100 jobs. In North Carolina, it was 7,700, and Wisconsin lost 6,500 jobs.
Employees worked in these facilities for decades, but then were given minutes to leave.
“We had about 10 minutes to get our stuff and get out,” said Sanders, a mother of two. Employees drifted out into the parking lot in a daze, under the eye of local law enforcement. “I was in my car with tears flowing out of my eyes. We were all in shock,” she said.
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