N. Carolina Losing Furniture Jobs to Vietnam Many of North Carolina's furniture manufacturing jobs have migrated to Asia. The trend has profound implications for the state's economy. At one furniture factory in Vietnam, workers are paid about $60 per month. Larry Schooler of member station WFDD reports.
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N. Carolina Losing Furniture Jobs to Vietnam

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N. Carolina Losing Furniture Jobs to Vietnam

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Many of North Carolina's furniture manufacturing jobs have migrated to Asia. The trend has profound implications for the state's economy. At one furniture factory in Vietnam, workers are paid about $60 per month. Larry Schooler of member station WFDD reports.