Company: BoeingCA Net Job Gain/Loss: 300Reason: ExpandCity/Region Gaining Jobs: Long Beach, CA
Expert evaluation of the Boston Consulting Group report
“. . . analyzes the job impacts of AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, and highlights the policy design options that can best promote both lower greenhouse gas emissions and good jobs. “
To successfully compete, we must emulate what other states and nations are doing to attract high-skill, high-wage, high-tech and manufacturing jobs that ultimately help create more jobs across many manufacturing jobs that ultimately help create more jobs across many sectors. And, we must enact a series of game changers that will help make our state a leading economic engine once again.
. . .the most comprehensive measurement of regional biotech centers ever conducted, shows that only a handful of metropolitan areas have succeeded on a scale necessary to ensure industry sustainability.
. . .compares the industry’s performance to other states and quantifies the damage resulting from a failure to address previous concerns.
This paper separates the real problems facing California from the misperceptions, then offers several thought starters on how companies – and government – might bolster competitiveness.
. . . study identifying the mismatch between the skills of available workers and skills that manufacturers demand.
Overview of manufacturing in the Southern California counties
Analysis of manufacturing in California and factors affecting the industry trends
List of manufacturers who have closed, moved, or expanded in another state or country from 2003 to 2010
. . . national survey that looked into the site selection criteria of manufacturing companies. The goal of the survey was to provide insights into what is driving site investment and expansion decisions, particularly, why some companies choose to invest in California and why others choose to invest elsewhere.
. . . average weekly earnings, average hourly earnings, and average number of weekly hours — for production workers in the Manufacturing industries or nonsupervisory employees in the Motion picture and sound recording industries only.
. . . estimates the state-level economic effects of implementing the Scoping Plan measures.