600,000 manufacturing jobs in the U.S. are currently vacant, yet this sector will require 10,000,000 workers by 2020.
Machinists Have a Bright Future
Texas ranks number 2 in the country for manufacturing. In fact, 11% of all U.S. products are made in Texas.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) jobs pay 50% more than non-STEM jobs.
Bureau of Labor and Statistics
More women are needed in the field to bridge the growing gap. Women work in 48% of all jobs but only 24% of STEM jobs.
Women in STEM
Nearly all consumer products are shaped by machined tooling across a variety of industries.
Common Manufacturing Processes
Industrial sector to be fully recovered by end of 2014.
Industrial Economic Recovery
What it takes to get a good manufacturing job now.
Manufacturing Job Process Video
Hot & Cold Formed Parts