The giant sucking sound clip from 1992 is here.
Perot characterized factory wages in 1992 as typically paying between $12 and $14 per hour.
Adjusted for inflation the $13 job in 2017 would pay nearly $27 per hour. The reality is it pays a lot less than that. Factory work in Michigan today basically starts at $15, up only 25% not 107%. The average manufacturing job paying $21+ is composed of a lot of such lower paying positions.
The reality is in Michigan that the top eventual $18/hr advertised wage is the equivalent of less than $9/hr in 1992.
The jobs have gone out of the country, expanding middle classes abroad while impoverishing our own at home.