International manufacturing is seeing a resurgence, as factories in both the United States and United Kingdom are seeing growth that experts haven't been able to find in years.
U.S. factories expanded at their fastest pace in 26 months in August, according to Time Magazine. The new growth implies manufacturing output may get stronger in coming months, as the Institute for Supply Management saw its index rise more than 3 points above the yearly average. New orders rose to their highest level in more than two years, while production and job growth held relatively steady with recent figures.
With further rises in production and order numbers, there's a good chance for jobs in the manufacturing industry to grow quickly in coming months.
In Britain, manufacturers are seeing a three-year high in activity overall and will soon increase hiring levels, according to Recruiter Magazine. A stronger domestic market is improving overall output and order levels, which reached their highest point since 2010. Overall net output increased 32 percent in the month while net job growth, currently standing at 12 percent, is predicted to rise to 16 percent in the next quarter.