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High tech jobs in manufacturing

Graham Immerman
February 21, 2018

Manufacturing is on the rise and job openings are increasingly related to Industry 4.0! Fox & Hounds reported, "There is a myth that technology comes at the expense of manufacturing jobs. In fact, the opposite is true: we can’t fill all the positions science has created. Right now, manufacturers in the United States are sitting on 380,000 job vacancies, a number that will grow substantially as manufacturers create 3.5 million high-skilled jobs over the next seven to eight years." That is an incredible number! If you're looking to change careers and you have some experience in technology, manufacturing is the place for you!

The Next Great, High-Tech Career? ManufacturingSource: http://www.foxandhoundsdaily.com

When we think of the Bay Area economy, we think of industry-leading technology titans and innovative start-ups. We think of a culture whose official language is code. But San Francisco, Silicon Valley and the broader region is bigger than the next killer app. It’s the new hub for an American manufacturing industry that’s making incredible progress. The San Francisco company JUST, founded with a mission to make it easier for everyone to eat well, analyzes plant proteins to create healthier, more sustainable food products. A few short years ago, the only way to do that was by hand. But the company wanted to move faster and more efficiently, so it started to lean on manufacturers in laboratories to keep up with consumers’ increasing demand for better food.  Read More

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