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Manufacturing is Still Up and Running in Escondido

November 03, 2021

Manufacturing is Still Up and Running in Escondido

Manufacturing is Still Up and Running in Escondido

COVID-19 may have put the brakes on a lot of industries but things are up and running in Escondido. A recent study by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation, found that the 78 corridor, which includes Escondido, provides over 40,000 manufacturing jobs and has an annual economic impact of $18 billion. These jobs include computer and electronics manufacturing. The study found this work is projected to rise up to 6% in the next five years.

Two high tech companies in Escondido are proving these statistics to be true.

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