Archive for January 4th, 2013

The employment outlook for 2013 college graduates is encouraging, but a new report paints a bleaker picture of the current job situation among “millennials”: 11.5 percent of young adults from 18-29 were jobless in December. What will change in the coming months? Read more


Plus: Scientific Cures for Hangovers, the Invisible Sound Wave Knife and Fireworks in Reverse. Read more


Checking out the future of Canadian aerospace.

A recent report shows that Canada’s cleantech industry is poised to surpass its aerospace manufacturing industry over the next few years. One wonders if this is more a reflection on a robust cleantech industry or a struggling aerospace industry — or both.

Globally the clean technology industry overall was estimated to be $1 trillion in 2010, and one generally-held estimate predicts it will grow to $3 trillion by 2020 — Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, a global strategic consulting firm, has estimated the global cleantech market will hit $5.7 trillion by 2025.

The report, “2013 Canadian Clean Technology Industry Report,” produced by Analytica Advisors, finds that even in the go-go sector of clean technology, Canada’s galloping along: “The industry grew at a 19 percent CAGR from 2008 to 2010, outpacing global market growth rates. This strong growth resulted in a $9 billion industry in 2010.” Read more

Also Featured in IMT
Recommended Reading
what went wrong book cover
| Featured Manufacturing Jobs

Featured Product News

View More Product News
Light Friday Crib Sheet Worth A Look
Press Releases
Home  |  My ThomasNet News®  |  Industry Market Trends®  |  Submit Release  |  Advertise  |  Contact News  |  About Us
Brought to you by        Browse ThomasNet Directory

Copyright© 2014 Thomas Publishing Company. All Rights Reserved.
Terms of Use - Privacy Policy

Thank you for commenting close

Your comment has been received and held for approval by the blog owner.
Error close

Please enter a valid email address