If there’s anything we’ve learned from a job market that continues to improve at a snail’s pace, it’s the fact that there are plenty of open jobs, just not enough people who know how to successfully fill them.
Luckily, anyone can take advantage of openings with some training, hard work and a willingness to explore something new. Are you looking for an industry itching to train eager individuals? If so, look no further than precision machining. Here are just four reasons why people start a career in precision machining:
Great jobs for machinists fill sites like Monster and CareerBuilder, as well as many publications all over the country. If you have quality training, a job awaits.
Too often, taking on a career in the technical field leads to repetitive, monotonous work. However, working for a precision machining service offers a different challenge every day. One day you could be producing parts for a new automotive part, and the next, you could be contributing to a new live-saving machine for the medical industry.
New hires who graduate from a two-year program will earn a wage comparable or above to what someone with a four-year business degree earns at their first job. Additionally, many companies and precision machining services will pay for your tuition if you promise to work for them after you finish school.
Low-cost competition from countries like China and India hurt many industries and took jobs away from American workers over the last decade. Fortunately, precision machinists didn’t suffer the same fate. Companies don’t want to wait a long time for their parts and they certainly don’t want low quality. However, be prepared for more training down the road as technology continues to change at a fast pace.
PDS has built our precision machining service by placing the best technology in the hands of the most highly skilled professionals. Call us today, or grab a fast quote for your next project.