If you are bored with your current job or just thought you could use a career change, there is any industry out there looking to hire.
There is also a local non-profit organization that wants to help you prepare for this new job.
October being manufacturing month, the Greater: SATX program team, SA WORX, offers their services throughout the month.
SA WORX, in partnership with Workforce Solutions Alamo and the Alamo Colleges District, offers on-the-job training to help individuals develop their skills and prepare for their new careers.
Workforce Development Director Christopher Mammen says now is the time to find a career in manufacturing.
“The first step you need to do is go to our website saworx.org. You can find more information about growing areas of our community, from cybersecurity and IT to financial services, ”Mammen said. “October is Manufacturing Month and we’re showcasing all things manufacturing from the available jobs, the salaries associated with those jobs and even an observational video so someone can see you a day in the life of. work in manufacturing. Manufacturing is not what it was just 20 years ago. It’s safe and often uses the latest technology, from robotics to virtual reality.
Manufacturing in San Antonio is an example of our economic diversity in action: Automotive, commercial food and aircraft manufacturing all continued to grow during the pandemic, supporting supply chains and other direct impacts and indirect on other companies, indicated by a larger one: SATX.
Employers are looking for well-rounded candidates with a balance of technical skills and common skills, which will make you stand out from the crowd.
According to superior: SATX.
Find out who’s hiring, what they pay and the skills you need at saworx.org.