The Future of Manufacturing Jobs Is Not What You Think
The future of manufacturing is evolving in response to the changing needs of their customers. This means the stereotypical view of manufacturing jobs (hot, sweaty, located in industrial suburbs) is flipping upside down.
“A shift is happening in manufacturing, bringing humans and machines closer together and making production more responsive to changing needs” says article, The Manufacturing Job of the Future: Clean, Urban and Better Paid.
Factory workers are expected to understand how to work with complicated robots and computer systems which requires skill and training. To attract top talent, manufacturing facilities are developing in urban bustling areas such as Boston, Brussels and New York City.
Manufacturing facilities are also cleaning up by becoming a safer and healthier work environment without oil spills and chemicals in the air. These are just some of many changes that are revolutionizing the manufacturing and supply chain industry.
Preview of MHI 2019 Annual Industry Report
April 10, 8:45 AM – 9:45 AM, McCormick Place, Chicago
In April 2019, MHI will release the 6th edition of its Annual Industry Report focusing trends and technologies that are transforming manufacturing and supply chains. Compiling responses from thousands of manufacturing and supply chain professionals, this year’s report will have a special focus on artificial intelligence and digital supply chains.
This is your opportunity to be the first to have access to this new report on the supply chain trends and technologies that are transforming supply chains. Scott Sopher, the principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Supply Chain practice will join George W. Prest, CEO of MHI in presenting the findings and moderating a panel of manufacturing and supply chain leaders on the report’s findings. They will be joined by a panel of manufacturing and supply chain professionals to discuss the real-world significance of the report findings.
This session is free to all registered ProMat 2019 attendees. Learn more.