The employment situation in the U.S. chemical industry has not improved.
the employment data of June just released by the U.S. Department of labor shows that the job reduction in the chemical industry has not improved since 2009. The basic data show that, compared with the same period last year, the number of employees in the U.S. chemical industry in June decreased by 41300, a decrease of 4.8%. Therefore, the experimental equipment is best equipped with two parameters, namely, the overall average temperature rise and fall speed and the linear temperature rise and fall speed (average speed every 5 minutes)
the decreasing number of employees in the chemical industry partly reflects the grim situation that the employment status in the United States can display temperature, deformation and other data in real time and draw curves. Statistics show that non farm jobs in the United States have decreased by 4.2% in the past year. In June alone, about 467000 non farm workers in the United States lost their jobs, and the unemployment rate reached 9.5%, the highest in 26 years. According to the data of the US government, the manufacturing industry, including the chemical industry, suffered the most. Compared with June last year, the number of jobs in the manufacturing industry decreased by 12.3%
in recent years, the American chemical industry has provided fewer and fewer jobs because enterprises have been trying to improve productivity. The United States is expected to maintain rapid growth in the second half of the year. Kevin swift, chief economist of the Chemical Industry Council (ACC), said that recently, in order to cope with the plight of demand reduction caused by the economic recession, most enterprises have taken measures to reduce production and shut down production, thus worsening the employment situation of the industry
tommorrison, head of human capital of Deloitte Consulting, said that from now on, the jobs related to the production line of the chemical industry will begin to stabilize, because after several months of reserve reduction activities, the inventory level of the enterprise has dropped to a low level, and the chemical enterprises do not have to take measures to shut down production units. At the same time, technical workers and R & D personnel can also be rewarded by the company for their innovative activities or inventions in their jobs, because the enterprise hopes to promote the development of innovative activities, and then obtain various fund support from the government
in order to remain competitive, many large chemical enterprises are trying to avoid layoffs while controlling labor costs. Morrison pointed out that in order to reduce the number of laid-off workers, the chemical industry has launched a variety of solutions, including holidays in batches, flexible employment, reduction of working hours, deployment between business departments, etc. Wacker has recently announced that it will cut 800 jobs as part of its business restructuring. However, in order to avoid layoffs, Wacker will divert these employees to the rapidly growing polysilicon business department
Morrison also predicted that if the economic downturn prolonged, there would be more mergers and acquisitions, which often led to job losses. Take Dow Chemical's merger with Rohm and Haas as as an example, the merged company will reduce 3500 jobs
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