The Windy City's fabricated metals industry could provide significant support to the Illinois economy over the next few years. According to WBEZ, the Chicago region's manufacturing industry could expand exponentially in the near future thanks in part to the assistance provided by fabricated metals industry employers. 

"What we really show…is how we see the next 10 years of manufacturing are going to look really different from the last 10," industry expert Garett Ballard-Rosa told the news source.

In 2012, U.S. metals sector firms helped the national economy rebound from the economic recession of the late 2000s. MFRTech reports that the metals industry earned over $552 billion in profits and accounted for more than 3.5 percent of the country's gross domestic product last year. 

Metals industry employers could reap the rewards of improved operations if they increase their work teams. Talented specialists can provide essential support to clients and company leaders to ensure that firms can stay ahead of their rivals in a highly competitive marketplace. Meanwhile, metals segment businesses can expand their reach within short periods of time by delivering quality support to customers around the globe.

Content provided by executive search organization, MRINetwork. 

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