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“What I like most about working in the manufacturing world is the sense of accomplishing goals and objectives — working on projects that matter. Change is always happening and the challenge keeps me progressive.”

 

- Pete, Production Engineering Manager | Johnson Outdoors Marine Electronics

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Nearly everything we use is produced by the Manufacturing Industry.

 

From vitamins to medical devices, cars to lawnmowers, even the desks we sit in at school are all produced by a manufacturing team. The men and women working in Manufacturing make a wide range of products, devices, and components for all other industries.

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Career Spotlight

Maintenance Mechanic

Maintenence mechanics repair, install, adjust, or maintain industrial production and processing machinery or refinery and pipeline distribution systems.

Occupation

HIGH DEMAND CAREERS

Education

Salary Range

Chemical Engineer

Bachelor Degree

$64,000-$117,000

Civil Engineer

Bachelor Degree

$44,000-$112,000

Mechanical Engineer

Bachelor Degree

$58,000-$121,000

Team Manager

Bachelor Degree

$34,000-$88,000

Maintenance Electrician

Bachelor Degree

$42,000-$75,000

Maintenance Mechanic

On-Job Training

$27,000-$65,000

Process Operator

On-Job Training

$35,000-$90,000

Production Coordinator

On-Job Training

$33,000-$58,000

Training Manager

On-Job Training

$48,000-$68,000

Team Assemblers

HS Diploma

$18,000-$36,000

Wages vary depending on your education, skills, work experience, attitude, and work ethic.

MANUFACTURING OPERATORS

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES