Innovation Fact of the Week: U.S. Manufacturing Holding Steady at One Production Worker For Every Non-production Worker

John Wu April 20, 2016
April 20, 2016

In 2002, production workers such as assemblers, technicians, and machine operators made up about half of the U.S. manufacturing sector (52 percent). As of 2015, that share had barely changed at all (51.6 percent), writes John Wu in Innovation Files.