Black & Decker Moving U.S. Jobs to Mexico Black & Decker is moving one of it factories out of a small Maryland town to Mexico, and taking the community's best-paying jobs with it. Like many laid-off manufacturing workers, the citizens of Easton, Maryland will find it tough to find new jobs that pay as much. NPR's Jack Speer reports.

Black & Decker Moving U.S. Jobs to Mexico

Black & Decker Moving U.S. Jobs to Mexico

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Black & Decker is moving one of it factories out of a small Maryland town to Mexico, and taking the community's best-paying jobs with it. Like many laid-off manufacturing workers, the citizens of Easton, Maryland will find it tough to find new jobs that pay as much. NPR's Jack Speer reports.

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