When you think about industries that have seen extreme growth over the last two years, manufacturing probably isn’t an area that comes to mind. But, using CareerBuilder’s Supply and Demand Portal data, we see that job growth in manufacturing has increased 89 percent from September, 2010 to August, 2012 – an increase from 89,973 jobs to 169,611 jobs.
The five most difficult jobs to fill, based on supply over demand, are:
- CNC programmers
- Tool and die makers
- CNC machinists (featured in a recent In-Demand Jobs video)
- CAD/CAM technicians
- Engineers & sales engineers
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