From The Columbus Dispatch, “More jobs on the horizon locally,” which in this case means Central Ohio:
One of the engines of Ohio’s recovery has been the sector that contributed so much to the decline: manufacturing, which added 12,300 jobs in April.
“The worst seems to be behind us,” said Eric Burkland, president of the Ohio Manufacturers Association, a trade group. “People are still cautious about hiring, but we’re clearly seeing some improvement, and people are being called back to work.”
The story is pegged to a Manpower Inc. survey that reports new hiring.
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