Wish you the best of luck. I live just north of you, but work in NJ...for obvious reasons. We are a small shop, but 10 people have been laid off this year so far. Six of them last week. Several lathes are just sitting there with no work. A 65 year old foreman was asked if he would like to take 2 months off. The company would keep his insurance going for him. He declined figuring he might not be called back.
Everyone is down to a 40 hour week. I was working 52-56 hours on average with an occasional 60 our week. Several younger guys were working 60 hours every week before Christmas. It is still better than being laid off, I guess, but not by a lot. People are making 25-75% less than they were last year depending on the hours they had been working. Unemployment benefits would be a raise for a few of the men.