Economy & Jobs
For much of our nation’s history, Ohio’s talented workforce has been at the center of economic growth and prosperity. Ohio workers built our cars and appliances and laid down the rail lines and roads that connected our shores. As Ohio manufacturers, small businesses, farmers, and entrepreneurs helped turn our nation into an economic superpower, wages climbed, productivity increased, and more people joined the middle class.
As our economy continues to recover, Sen. Brown will fight for economic policies that strengthen Ohio’s middle class. We need to create jobs, rebuild American manufacturing, invest in our small businesses, and train workers for new opportunities in new industries.
Our state has a rich manufacturing heritage and network of innovative small businesses. Sen. Brown has traveled across our state to facilitate partnerships that put Ohioans to work in good-paying manufacturing jobs in the auto, aerospace, biotech, and clean energy industries. Sen. Brown has also worked to ensure that our state’s small businesses – which create nearly two-thirds of new jobs – have the resources they need to expand operations and hire new workers.
We need a jobs agenda that:
- Promotes Ohio businesses expansion by strengthening small business lending programs and boosting U.S. exports so Ohio’s businesses can expand.
- Develops Ohio's workforce so that Ohioans are prepared to fill the jobs of the 21st century.
- Revitalizes the state's infrastructure in order to attract global industries.
- Counteracts China's currency manipulation and subsidization of domestic industries to ensure that Ohio workers and suppliers aren’t undermined by unfair trade practices.
- Posted on 9/12/2019 |
Brown Hosts Roundtable in Mansfield as He Introduces Legislation to Empower Workers in the Face of Increased AutomationPosted on 9/3/2019 |
- Posted on 9/3/2019 |
- Posted on 8/6/2019 |
- Posted on 8/1/2019 |
Ahead of President’s Cincinnati Visit, Brown Calls on Trump to Deliver on his Promises to Support Ohio Infrastructure, WorkersPosted on 8/1/2019 |
- Posted on 7/23/2019 |