When President Donald Trump and elected officials from both sides of the aisle talk about supporting manufacturing, what does that really mean? What does manufacturing in America today really look like? The NAM's State of Manufacturing Tour provided the answer. See for yourself what modern manufacturing means for the United States and the world. Learn more at http://nam.org.
There will be 3.5 million jobs in modern manufacturing available over the next 10 years--but America doesn't have the talent pipeline to fill those jobs. An entry-level manufacturing engineer can expect to earn about $60,000. Programmers are in high-demand to lead the technological revolution in manufacturing. Skills in the trades are in high demand. The average modern manufacturing worker earns more than $81,000 annually. These are not just high-paying jobs. They're opportunities to create and build the future with long career paths. Find out more by watching these videos.