Since 2000, the U.S. has seen a major swing away from manufacturing and towards service industries and lower job growth. Goods-producing jobs declined, while service industry jobs have steadily increased. Much of that change is well known to be a result of the off-shoring of manufacturing jobs and the growth of white-collar industries related to finance and computers.
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