Focusing on next-generation manufacturing could mean over 65,000 jobs for Oregon

Posted on: May 8, 2018 | Oregon

With targeted investments and forward-looking policies, Oregon could build on its advantages in the next-generation manufacturing industry to increase economic growth and support an average of more than 65,000 jobs annually. That’s according to The Oregon Jobs Project: A Guide to Creating Jobs in Next-Generation Manufacturing, a new report by the American Jobs Project in partnership with Oregon State University’s Advantage Accelerator and the Green Energy Institute at Lewis & Clark Law School.