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Textile Manufacturing Workers

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There are approximately 111,300 workers employed in apparel manufacturing and 18,060 textile, apparel, and furnishings workers in the United States. Most textile production workers are employed either in mills that spin and weave gray goods, or in finishing plants, where gray goods are treated with processes such as dyeing and bleaching. Some textile companies combine these two stages of manufacturing under one roof.

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