Job postings for skilled factory workers have surged 152% since 2009, an indication that domestic manufacturing is on a comeback.
The Alaskan King Crab fishery, once one of the nation;s most dangerous jobs, has gotten a lot safer.
Jobs have almost climbed back to the level of when Obama took office, while Bush was more than 800,000 jobs below his starting point at this point in his first term.
Romney and Obama are trading jabs over outsourcing, but most economist say moving jobs overseas is beneficial to everyone in the long run.
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