How to make a comeback: An industry that’s lost millions of jobs and millions of dollars

The American chemical industry has suffered more than $10 billion in job losses since the recession, but it’s doing better than most.

The U.S. is one of the only major industrialized nations with manufacturing in the sector, and it’s expected to see the next wave of consolidation and automation as the economy improves.

The industry’s recovery has come with a lot of pain.

It has lost $7.3 billion in the past year, the biggest losses in the industry.

But its recovery has also been aided by the strong economic outlook for the U.K. and other developed countries, as well as a growing recognition of the importance of the industry to the global economy.

The chemical industry is now expected to generate about $1.6 trillion in annual revenue by 2030, up from about $6.5 trillion last year.

The biggest losers, however, have been workers in the chemical industry who are suffering under the weight of the manufacturing and other costs that are increasing as the industry becomes more complex.

Manufacturing in the U!an industrial chemical industry, which employs more than 9.5 million people in the United States, has suffered the largest job losses in its history, and the biggest job losses have come in the manufacturing industry, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

The NIST study found that manufacturing is now the second largest source of jobs lost to automation, and will likely remain that way for the foreseeable future.

As of January 31, the industry has lost 8.3 million manufacturing jobs since the Great Recession, and nearly 5.6 million since the start of the recession in 2009.

This is up from 5.3 and 5.1 million jobs lost in the years before the Great Depression and World War II respectively, according the study.

Manufacturing also experienced an overall decline of more than 100,000 manufacturing jobs between 2012 and 2014, according NIST.

The average age of manufacturing workers is nearly 20 years older than in the industrial chemical manufacturing industry as a whole, and about two-thirds of the workers are younger than 35 years old, the study found.

According to NIST, the total workforce for the manufacturing sector was 5.2 million in 2015, down from 5,634 in 2015.

The manufacturing sector also experienced a decline in jobs from both the transportation and warehousing industries, which have been hurt by the Great Migration, and transportation and construction, which has been affected by a downturn in the oil and gas industries.

According the NIST analysis, there were about 1.9 million manufacturing job losses last year, up nearly 8 percent from 1.7 million jobs in 2014.

The most recent unemployment rate for the industry was 7.6 percent in March 2018, up slightly from 6.3 percent in February 2018.

The National Retail Federation (NREF) has long said that the industry is being destroyed, but the National Retail Association (NRA) has been much more vocal about the loss of jobs.

In a statement, the NRA said that “the industry’s collapse has been driven by three factors: a lack of jobs, an inability to train and retrain workers, and a lack to diversify its products and services.”

The industry is also losing jobs in other sectors.

The retail sector, which includes groceries, electronics, and other retail and office goods, lost nearly 4.6 millions jobs in the third quarter of 2017.

According a report by the National Federation of Independent Businesses, the retail industry lost more than 1.4 million jobs last year because of the economic downturn.

The unemployment rate among retail workers was 8.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018, compared to 7.8 percent in last year’s third quarter.

The report also noted that the unemployment rate in manufacturing was 8 percent, which is the highest in the retail sector.

The total employment in the overall retail industry has been dropping since the 1970s, according data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The percentage of the overall U.,S.

population aged 15 to 64 that is employed in the production of retail goods has been decreasing for more than a decade, according an NREF report.

According this data, the number of people employed in retail jobs has declined from over 1.5 percent in 1995 to less than 2 percent in 2017.

The number of retail jobs that are expected to disappear over the next decade will be around half of those lost in 2017, according these statistics.

While the retail business is facing an uncertain future, manufacturing is not.

It is likely that in the coming years, there will be a resurgence in the American manufacturing sector.

That resurgence will be driven by new technologies and an increasing number of manufacturing jobs being added in the new and highly-regulated industries.

The recent rise in automation in the automotive industry will also likely help drive an increase in manufacturing jobs in a number of other industries, including agriculture, and even the construction industry.

As the number and quality of jobs in these

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