Engineering & Manufacturing is one of the UK’s most prominent sectors, with specialist manufacturing jobs across a wide variety of niche areas which include, but are not limited to:
Manufacturing jobs can be found across a range of industries, including Scientific sectors such as Biotechnology, as well as Aviation, Energy, Automation and Robotics. The food and drink industry is the UK's largest manufacturing sector, with over 400,000 people working in manufacturing jobs.
Manufacturing jobs – the skills and experience you need
Gone are the days when a pair of hands, a strong back, and a good work ethic was enough to secure a manufacturing job. As the industry becomes more digitalised, adaptability and a strong understanding of technological advancements is an absolute must. Communication and critical thinking skills are also important when working in manufacturing jobs.
Qualifications for manufacturing jobs will vary depending on which area you wish to specialise in. However, it’s recommended you have a degree in engineering when pursuing a career in the industry.
It's also possible to start your manufacturing career at trainee level with an engineering HNC, HND or foundation degree. With experience and further qualifications, you'll then be able to progress to more senior manufacturing jobs.
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