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A Closer Look at Manufacturing Jobs

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We have complied information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to help you get a better idea of employment in the Manufacturing field. Below are highlights of the major professions within this industry.

Assemblers and Fabricators

  • Most assemblers work on teams, making good communication skills and the ability to get along with others important.

  • A high school diploma is sufficient for most jobs, but experience and extra training is needed for more advanced assembly work.

    is projected to decline slowly.

  • Job opportunities are expected to be good for qualified applicants in the manufacturing sector, particularly in jobs needing more training.


  • Millwrights usually train in 4-year to 5-year apprenticeships; some learn through community college programs coupled with informal paid on-the-job training.

  • Despite projected slower-than-average employment growth, well-qualified applicants should have excellent job opportunities.

  • About 50 percent of millwrights belong to labor unions, one of the highest rates of membership in the economy.

Tool and Die Makers

  • Most tool and die makers need 4 or 5 years of classroom instruction and on-the-job training to become fully qualified.

    is projected to decline because of strong foreign competition and advancements in automation.

  • Despite the decline in employment, excellent job opportunities are expected.

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