Manufacturing Apprication Luncheon

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Civilian Labor Force 163,700 (Apr 2019)
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Unemployment Rate 3%
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Female (2018 Estimate) 51.4%
Population
Male (2018 Estimate) 48.6%
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Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Polydeck Screen Corporation, a leading provider of polyurethane and rubber screen media and specialty screening solutions, is expanding its operations in Spartanburg County. The more
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
R&E Automated Systems, an internationally-recognized leader in the automation, engineering and prototype build industries, today announced plans to expand operations in Spartanburg
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Air freight across the Upstate is an expanding market, and the Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport is planning to capitalize on that expansion. The Downtown Airport – the oldest
Friday, July 12, 2019
Every car that rolls off an assembly line is filled with thousands intricate parts that aren’t as easy to pick out as a windshield or a tire. That’s where PECTEC comes in.
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