At the North County Manufacturing Executives Round Table earlier this month, six of the area’s most knowledgeable minds in the fields of biotechnology, business, environmental concerns, and other distinguished industries gathered to discuss the state of the manufacturing industry in North County. Opinions varied on specific issues, but overall it is seen that manufacturing continues to grow. With scattered industrial parks dotting the area, welders and machinists from southern cities, even into Mexico, are migrating north for work. Manufacturing companies and those looking for work should consider San Diego, as this area continues to thrive.
Why workers should consider North County
With manufacturing on a steady rise, welders, machinists and auxiliary employees with administrative and management talent should consider North County. Why?
Job Security: Presently, the area is bringing jobs back in from outsourced nations such as India and China. Previously, it was seen as a benefit to outsource environmentally-unfriendly labor to these nations, as their policies are more lax. However, a global and more humanistic approach suggests that legality does not always beget appropriation in other nations and morality prevails. Now, work is being brought back to the U.S. to be completed perhaps more slowly, but also more reliably and more conscientiously.
Schooling: Area community colleges are upping their focus on trade education in the fields of welding, machination and more. Those seeking continued education while they work a solid job may find their niche here.
Training: Organizations such as GO-Biz are partnering with companies to help accrue funding for extensive employee training programs. Become a beneficiary of these extensive paid training programs by checking out the market in San Diego.
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