Region's R&D spending plummets
PALATINE – With investment declining, the Chicago region has lost nearly half of its private research and development jobs in the last decade, according to a new report by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning.
The report contradicts the notion that the region's manufacturing industry can't be revived. It recommends ways for the seven-county region to usher in an era of advanced manufacturing through innovation, workforce development and infrastructure investment.
Some of the report's recommendations are already being employed in McHenry County and other areas.
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