Today’s modern manufacturing is all about technology and how to utilize it to make processes and products faster, safer, and more efficiently. As these new technologies are applied to manufacturing they create a need for a new type of workforce. A workforce that is better trained and prepared for the modern manufacturing facility.
A. From allowance to extra credit, I’m good at negotiating.
B. I like to sketch out new ideas.
C. I like to fix things.
D. Mixing up chemicals into new solutions is appealing to me.
E. I’m the kind of person that others come to if they need advice.
A. Numbers are cool to work with.
B. I am a good writer.
C. I like working with high-tech tools.
D. Technology is fascinating to me.
E. I have a knack for explaining complicated stuff to people.
A. I like working on projects with people.
B. Imagining solutions to complex problems comes easily to me.
C. I’d be bored sitting at a desk all day crunching numbers or doing paperwork; I want a more active job.
D. I’m interested in the environment and keeping people healthy.
E. People feel safe with me. I keep an eye out to make sure my friends are OK.
A. I’m happiest when I’m organized.
B. I learn by looking.
C. Give me tools and a few random materials to build with and I’m happy.
D. I’m pretty methodical in my thinking. I like to carefully test out my ideas.
E. My ears are as big as my mouth. I’m a good listener.
A. I can sell anything to anybody.
B. I’ve invented all sorts of cool things – even if only in my imagination.
C. In order to understand something, I need to get my hands on it, feel it, and even take it apart.
D. I like conducting experiments.
E. I like speaking in front of big groups of people.
A. I admire Warren Buffett.
B. I admire Kanye West.
C. I admire Mike Rowe.
D. I admire Albert Einstein.
E. I admire Oprah Winfrey.
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