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Advanced Manufacturing Technicians

Employment Prospects


Technicians work for a variety of companies that use advanced manufacturing processes to create products, but many are employed in the aerospace, biotechnology, consumer products, electric vehicles, energy, information technology, medical devices, pharmaceutical, robotics, and 3–D printing industries. Examples of companies that incorporate advanced manufacturing into their production processes include Archer Daniels Midland Company (food processing, commodities), ABBVIE (biopharmaceuticals); DenTech Industrial (industrial automation), Tesla (electric vehicles), and Boeing (aviation, aerospace). Technicians also work for federal agencies such as the Department of Energy, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the National Science Foundation. Some work as teachers or apprenticeship instructors, while others operate their own consulting firms.

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