Advanced Manufacturing & Machining

Introduction Careers & Facts Training Programs

In the big industry picture, advanced manufacturing and machining is the creation of products that are affordable, reliable, and sustainable. These days, it’s clean and lean and applies leading-edge technology in electronics, computers, software, and automation to ultimately improve and enhance productivity for the economy at large. Learn more about advanced manufacturing in New York State and the skills needed to be successful.

Career Examples
  • Machinist and apprentice
  • Machine operator
  • Tool and die maker
  • Machine setter
  • Tool grinder
  • Pourer and caster
  • Model maker
Salary Information

As of May 2012, metal and plastic machine workers earned a median salary of $32,950 a year.

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