IN-DEMAND CAREER SECTORS: Advanced Manufacturing
The Manufacturing sector comprises employers engaged in the mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products. The assembling of component parts of manufactured products is considered manufacturing, except in cases where the activity is appropriately classified in Construction.
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Lean Manufacturing Manager
Watch a young manager as he describes his role at a major US company and explains how his engineering education and college internships all paved his way to a successful career.
Exploring Careers in Manufacturing
Learn about high tech careers that give you the satisfaction of saying, “I did that” at the end of the day.
Hot Shots & Hot Jobs: Advanced Manufacturing’s High Tech Career Paths
Thanks to Advanced Manufacturing – the making of products using cutting edge technology – factories all over the United States are undergoing some exciting changes.
Advanced Manufacturing Engineer
An advanced manufacturing engineer is involved in developing complete automation systems for the auto industry.
CNC Die Shop Machinist
Workers with computer skills have the best job prospects among those seeking employment as machinists and tool die makers.
Meet a machinist who uses a computerized machining center to produce complicated parts out of metal & plastic that are accurate to tolerances within fractions of an inch.