Are you good working with your hands? Can you figure out how a machine works?
Manufacturing workers work with products and equipment. You might design a new product, decide how the product will be made, or make the product. You might work on cars, computers, appliances, airplanes, or electronic devices.
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Learn more about entry level jobs, and how your career can grow.
- 360 Manufacturing Center of Excellence
- Brunswick New York Mills Operation
- Clow Stamping Co.
- Dream It. Do It. Minnesota
- Graphic Packaging Intl
- LINDAR & Avantech
- Lexington Manufacturing
- Lonesome Cottage Furniture
- Pequot Tool & Mfg., Inc.
- Precision Tool Technologies
- Stern Assembly
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Questions To Ask
- What entry-level jobs are available?
- Do you pay training expenses for employees?
- Are advancement opportunities available for entry-level workers?
- What characteristics do you look for in potential employees?
- What things can I do now to prepare for a career in this field?