Want a career in manufacturing? That's great! Manufacturing employees - especially those with certain skills - are highly sought after these days. The Seattle Times said, "People who like working with their hands and understanding how things work are a good fit for manufacturing jobs. They should also be interested in computer or machinery electronics." Check out local colleges and trade schools to further your education, and be try to secure an internship. Some amazing programs are popping up across the country that can prepare you to enter the industry in as little as two years!
Roger Kwan works as an engineering manager at Fluke Plastics in Everett. He's been in the manufacturing field for 10 years and in this role for four. His interest was sparked early. Read More