Jobs data leaves Briggs & Stratton CEO "cautiously optimistic"

Manufacturers have been key to recent job growth, which increased in December while the unemployment rate went down. "I am cautiously optimistic with what these numbers show," said CEO Todd Teske of Briggs & Stratton. The company is adding 50 jobs at a Wisconsin facility, but those are temporary pending continued economic improvement.

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