The chemical industry is thriving in the United States, with the industry employing about 3 million people and producing nearly a third of the nation’s chemicals, according to a new report.
But the Midwest has been hit hard by a changing economy.
It’s become more expensive to produce chemicals than other regions, with new regulations and a weak recovery in the last few years, said Paul Kline, an economics professor at Indiana University.
And the industry has been grappling with the effects of the opioid crisis.
The report from the Center for Responsible Lending said the Midwest industry has grown by 6.4% since 2009 and is now worth about $2.8 trillion.
It added that the Midwest’s economy is in the midst of a rapid turnaround, but some of the gains have been uneven and some of those gains have not been shared equally.
“It’s a real mess in the country,” Kline said.
Kline has studied how the industry was able to recover and how it’s doing now.
He said it was hard to see how the Midwest can be so much stronger than it is without the chemical sector.
Some industry experts have predicted that the chemical recovery would continue to be slow, and that there may be some long-term damage to the economy if the industry isn’t strong.
In some ways, the chemical and biotechnology industries have benefited from the resurgence of the manufacturing sector.
The biotechnology sector employs more than 1 million people, with about $1 trillion in revenue and nearly 3,500 companies, according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Manufacturing is recovering and the manufacturing recovery is creating jobs, according BLS.
That is one of the main reasons the U,S.
economy has been recovering more quickly than any other in the world, the BLS said.
Manufacturing and the chemical industries have been inextricably linked for decades, and some experts have suggested that this relationship has contributed to the current economic crisis.
But Kline questioned whether the industry’s recovery is sustainable, given how hard it is to find new jobs.
“The question of whether it will survive or not, I don’t think anyone knows,” Klinesaid.
The industry’s resurgence and recovery has been slow.
It has been losing jobs at an accelerating rate for the past three years.
And for the last two years, the economy has seen a steady decline in employment, according a report from McKinsey & Co. The economy has lost nearly one million manufacturing jobs, with most of those jobs coming in the construction and manufacturing industries.
The manufacturing sector’s share of the overall U. S. economy shrunk from 14.7% in 2000 to 13.5% in 2013.
Manufacturing employment fell for all industries, and for manufacturing in particular, by about 2.2% between 2012 and 2013.
This was mostly because of the drug, food, and energy industries, which have been hit by the drug and food manufacturing industries being shuttered.
There were also many manufacturing job losses in the food industry, which lost a net of 1.3 million jobs from 2001 to 2013, according McKinsey.
The health and medical care industries also have suffered a sharp drop in employment.
They lost about 740,000 jobs, the McKinsey report said.
And health care jobs have been especially hard hit.
Census Bureau reported that the number of medical-related jobs has dropped by about 1 million in the past 10 years.
There are a number of factors that have contributed to that decline.
One is that the medical industry has moved to the edges of the U., and it’s increasingly difficult for a large employer to find qualified candidates, said Kline.
The other is that there has been a huge increase in automation and automation in healthcare, which has also impacted the health-care sector.
It hasn’t helped that health-related industries are often located in rural areas and have low skill sets, which can make it difficult to find workers for them, said Andrew Leggett, an economist at the University of Illinois.
Another issue is that manufacturing is a high-skill sector, meaning a lot of people are trained in manufacturing, he said.
“If we don’t have a robust manufacturing sector, it’s going to be a lot harder to recover,” Legget said.
But some economists think that the industry will recover.
“There’s a lot to like about the industrial chemical sector,” Klesman said.
Some experts have been skeptical about the recovery in this area, given that manufacturing jobs have gone away in other industries.
But that hasn’t stopped some from pointing out that some industries have done well, such as education.
“Manufacturing is not in a decline,” Klsman said, noting that there have been big gains in manufacturing.
Klineship believes that the current downturn will continue for some time.
“This will be a long time.
It is not over,” he said, adding that manufacturing will eventually return.
“We’ll come back and get