Are you curious, mechanical, analytical, and dream big? What would you think about a career that could range from making jets fly to creating the latest notebook computer? This is all possible with a rewarding career in Advanced Manufacturing using the latest technology.
Today's Advanced Manufacturing is much different than your grandfather's manufacturing. Manufacturing companies in the Cincinnati Region use the latest in high-tech automated equipment to ensure that our region is the most competitive in the world.
Because of our high-tech equipment, we need trained talented people to manage the operation of the equipment, along with highly trained technicians to keep it running. There are also many other positions in Advanced Manufacturing including engineering, welding, production management, quality and more. In fact, in the Cincinnati Region there will be over 18,000 skilled jobs needed in the next ten years. You'll also find job security and the chance to advance in an Advanced Manufacturing career.
If you are a student, veteran, unemployed, looking for a career change, parent, teacher, or guidance counselor, explore this website to learn in detail about the great career opportunities in advanced manufacturing.
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