As the economic climate finally begins to thaw, many manufacturing companies are looking to gradually expand their workforce. Though many organizations may not reach pre-recession workforce levels, additional talent is needed to keep up with the slowly rising demand of goods. The 2010 Compensation Data Manufacturing survey results found the salary for a production worker has remained steady at $29,400 per year, reflecting only a one percent increase since 2009.
By Tim Spagnola
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