Thursday, April 12, 2012

The report found that in 2011, the domestic steel industry directly employed 150,700 people and thanks to its multiplier supported at least 1,022,009 jobs.

Our people need jobs.  The government does not create jobs, only work.  The steel industry and it's take on creating jobs. 
The U.S. steel industry is bullish on the progress and trajectory of the manufacturing sector, but its leaders would like some help keeping it going.
However, the U.S. Steel chairman stressed the need for the federal government to take steps that would establish more certainty in the economic outlook. He listed several factors inhibiting economic growth: “burdensome” corporate tax rates, uncertain energy costs, inadequate infrastructure investments, increasing regulatory burdens, and foreign unfair trade practices.

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