Fall River and Massachusetts slated to slice manufacturing, production jobs in years to come

Massachusetts has fared better than most states during the recession but will face “enormous fiscal and economic challenges” in the years ahead, according to a report released Sunday by the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center.

http://www.wickedlocal.com/somerset/news/x564373707/Fall-River-and-Massachusetts-slated-to-slice-manufacturing-production-jobs-in-years-to-come

Fall River Herald News
2011-01-03 05:00:00

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