2007 South Carolina labor market and economic analysis report
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South Carolina Department of Commerce. Labor Market Information Department
SubjectLabor supply--South Carolina--Statistics; Wages--South Carolina--Statistics; Industries--South Carolina--Statistics; South Carolina--Economic conditions--21st century
South Carolina‘s economy remains a tale of two industries: the continuation of the manufacturing tradition in the state, alongside the growth of the new economy which includes professional and technical services and information services. One is inextricably linked to the other. Manufacturing will continue to be a vital part of the economic landscape in South Carolina. Technology is enabling industry in South Carolina to be more productive, and therefore more competitive, in the face of global competition. Manufacturing will maintain its traditional role as a mainstay of the South Carolina economy if the state can continue to foster a business climate that encourages firms to become more productive and competitive.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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