As manufacturing continues to search for new employees and grows towards the future, the Creators Wanted series aims to market manufacturing to the modern applicant. The episodic showcasing of manufacturing across the nation helps to relate the industry to all aspects of life.
Their ongoing video series of Making the Future highlights facets of manufacturing in a new lens through the pandemic and moving forward. “More than half of these jobs could be left unfilled because of two issues: a skills gap and misperceptions about modern manufacturing.” The demand for workers is ever present, and Creators Wanted hopes to help.
On a Roll: How Manufacturers Solved the 2020 Toilet Paper Shortage
This inaugural episode, showcases how manufacturers adapted and grew during the pandemic, keeping workers safe and consumers happy. Delving into the steady production to quell consumer panic and the proactive response from creators helped stabilize reactionary buying. Manufacturing continued throughout the crisis, reacting to the market demand as the industry has always done.
Class of 2021: What Future Will You Create?
Tipping their cap to the new generation of graduates, this enticing call to creators, hopes to expand the perception of manufacturing. Skills developed during the pandemic, and beyond are the selling points of working in the manufacturing field. Manufacturing has adapted to integrate all varieties of interests while providing benefits and competitive pay for all employees. There are jobs being created daily in every sector of manufacturing to accommodate the ever-changing skills of the incoming worker, and opportunities to explore every interest, hobby, and talent.
Chip In: Build a Career Making Your Favorite Technologies
The ever-growing investment in localized production in the US is creating hundreds of thousands of jobs. Just in chip creation alone, the US is investing billions for nearshoring production rather than exporting to meet the growing demand. There are an estimated 400,000 jobs coming from chip production and the support team of the growing factory ecosystem. These jobs are long term investments in US products and the local community.
Connecting with this resource provides perspective on the manufacturing industry that caters to the interconnected market of today. Their series allows for an approachable perspective on how the industry continues to grow, even during the pandemic. Sign up for the series to stay up to date as each episode comes out.
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