Today’s manufacturers offer great career opportunities for people who:
- Like to be challenged and solve problems.
- Want opportunities to grow and learn.
- Like clean, high-tech working conditions.
- Want to find ways to help the environment.
- Intend to work in their field right away after graduation.
- Want to earn enough to live well.
- Plan to move up in their career.
Manufacture Your Future
Still in School? Consider Your Local Career Tech Center or community college
There are wide and diverse opportunities for current students to learn skills that will teach and prepare you for a successful and rewarding future. See the list of Technical Training Options below and click on the links for details about each opportunity.
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College
Ivy Tech Community College
Gateway Community & Technical College
Grant Career Center
Great Oaks Career Campuses
Southern Hills Career & Technical Center
Warren County Career & Technical Center
Automation & Robotics
Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET)
Smart Manufacturing & Digital Integration
|Manufacturing Career||Mean Hourly Wage||Mean Annual Wage|
|Model Makers, Metal and Plastic||$26.33||$54,780.00|
|Industrial Equipment/Machinery Repair Technicians||$28.70||$59,690.00|
|Manufacturing Sales Engineer||$40.38||$83,980.00|
|Industrial Production Managers||$56.82||$118,190.00|
Average incomes are rising rapidly because of a shortage of skilled workers. Average entry level income varies by field of work that is chosen.
October 7, 2022
Every year, America’s manufacturing sector opens its doors to celebrate Manufacturing Day on the first Friday of October.