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Manufacturing Jobs that are in High Demand

October 13, 2022

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Manufacturing Jobs that are in High Demand (2)

Manufacturing was undeniably hard-hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, but it is also one of the fastest industries to recover and experience massive growth in its wake. Since this industry is so broad, here are specific manufacturing jobs that are in high demand to pursue in the field. 

Welder

Welders are some of the most in-demand professionals in manufacturing. As students are increasingly turning away from trade schools, fewer people are entering the industry. Skilled welders are now retiring, advancing their careers, and moving to other industries. This has caused a big shortage of skilled workers in manufacturing. 

Pickers and Packers

Pickers and packers are the people who prepare merchandise for shipping. There are lots of manufacturing job opportunities in this field. You can learn more about it here

Machine Operator

Machine operators can fill a variety of roles, including press and lathe machines. The job description depends on the company and type of manufacturer you work for, but this career is in demand across the industry. 

Assembler

Assemblers are one of the most important careers in manufacturing, they put parts and products together. This is a fairly specialized field, which is why its jobs are underfilled. 

Supervisors

Supervisors are in demand by the manufacturing industry because they are responsible for so many moving pieces at a plant. This can be a stressful field, which is why it may be underfilled. 


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