A Day in the Life

Look into the world of manufacturing to get an inside look at the way things work. If you’re more interested in big-picture projects, logistics may be for you! Many careers in this world only require some training after high school diploma, such as metal fabricator, CNC operator, or millwright. Other careers such as an industrial engineer or mechatronics engineer will require a bachelor’s or master’s degree. You can usually find yourself in a factory or production plant in these roles, however you could also pursue a career in transportation like aviation or a CDL truck driver and find yourself out on the open road.

Ask Yourself This
Do you enjoy working with your hands?
Are you interested in how machines work?
Are you a problem-solver?
Do you have what it takes?
Detail-Oriented Thinking
Strong Listening Skills
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World Resources

Source: WorkforceEdFlorida
Lively Automotive
Source: Lively Tech
Lively Pilot
Source: Lively Tech
Machine Operator
Source: Danfoss
Anti-Counterfeit Council
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Warehouse Assistant
Source: TalentHub
Automotive Master Mechanic
Source: Talent Hub
Automotive Service Director
Source: Talent Hub
Logistics Analysts
Source: Talent Hub