April 17, 2012 at 12:34 pm

Product Lifecycle Report

Are robots and other technological innovations reducing the number of manufacturing jobs? Evidence seems to point in that direction.

The Wall Street Journal recently noted that: “In no other U.S. recovery since World War II have companies been simultaneously faster to boost spending on machines and software, while slower to add people to run them. Since the economy began growing again in 2009, spending on equipment and software has surged 31 percent, adjusted for inflation. Private-sector jobs have grown just 1.4 percent over the same span. Only recoveries following the 1980 and 2001 recessions saw slower job growth.”

But just because spending on manufacturing technology is growing faster than jobs, doesn’t prove that equipment spending is the cause of lower job growth. What about the new jobs that are created by all that spending on manufacturing equipment?

The International Federation of Robotics (IFR) commissioned a study to determine how many…

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