Digital manufacturing is creating an abundance of new high-tech, well-paying jobs for workers. These new roles, sometimes referred to as “new collar” or “skilled technical” jobs, require technical skills and training, and power the digital manufacturing revolution. Think robots, cobots, and automated production. MxD spoke with Rebekah Kowalski about which new-collar digital manufacturing jobs will be in greatest demand in 2022. Kowalski is vice president of manufacturing solutions for Manpower, a leader in innovative workforce solutions that places about 3 million people in jobs globally every year.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant