Assemblers and Fabricators
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- Most assemblers work on teams, making good communication skills and the ability to get along with others important.
- A high school diploma is sufficient for most jobs, but experience and extra training is needed for more advanced assembly work.
- Employment is projected to experience little or no change between 2008 and 2018.
- Job opportunities are expected to be good in the manufacturing sector, particularly in growing high-technology industries.
Nature of the Work
Assemblers and fabricators play an important role in the manufacturing process. They ...