* New manufacturing survey sees 2010 hiring rebound * '09 expected to remain hard with 52 percent eyeing cuts * Medical devices, food and beverage doing better By James B. Kelleher CHICAGO, June 22 (Reuters) - A new report based on a survey of small- to mid-sized U.S. manufacturers has found that 44 percent of the companies plan to begin hiring workers again as soon as next year if the economy rebounds as they expect. But first, according to the report from RSM McGladrey, the ...
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