New York City was once the capital of American manufacturing. In 1950, the city boasted nearly one million manufacturing jobs. By 2007 that number had dwindled to one hundred thousand. Today's manufacturers face stiff competition, space constraints, and high real estate prices.
In this video, we profile Angel's Bakery as they wrestle with the prospect of leaving the city. Learn more about "Uncertain Industry," an online original project, at thirteen.org/category/local/uncertainindustry
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