Are you looking for a job in manufacturing?
Since October is Manufacturing Month, local nonprofit greater:SATX tells us that manufacturing isn’t what it used to be. It’s actually better.
San Antonio is dedicated to maintaining and growing our oldest industry. There are over 1,000 manufacturing and distribution employers in San Antonio with a trained and ready workforce.
According to greater:SATX, the average entry-level salary for a manufacturing job in San Antonio is $35,000, and $75,00 for an average salary.
More than 51,000 San Antonians work in manufacturing, and new jobs are becoming available daily, according to greater:SATX.
Manufacturing careers help develop a diverse set of skills and opportunities for any job seeker.
If you are looking for on-the-job training, SA WORX, in partnership with Workforce Solutions Alamo and the Alamo Colleges District provides resources to help individuals build skills and prepare for their new careers.
When you are applying for manufacturing jobs, SA WORX mentions the top three posting employers are Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Inc., Caterpillar and DPT.
As SA WORX continues to connect employers with talented people, the program offers an educational virtual event series, Mind the Gap.
This series of panel discussions focuses on topics related to bridging the skills gap in the Greater San Antonio region.
Tune in to the next Mind the Gap discussion, Made in SATX: Manufacturing Made Better on Oct. 21 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For more details and registration information, click here.
Ready for a career in manufacturing? San Antonio is ready for you. Find out which manufacturing companies are hiring, what they pay, and the skills you need at saworx.org.