Online Industrial Technology Degrees

Industrial Technology

Due to the nature of the business, it isn't always necessary to have a college degree in order to have a successful career in industrial management. It is still possible to work your way up from an entry-level position on the floor to that of management. However, job growth in this business has slowed of late, due in part because of jobs moving out country and automation improving the efficiency of individual workers. In order to have the best job opportunities, especially if you are interested in senior level positions, you should pursue a degree.

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A Degree Can Help You Get a Better Job

Production is becoming increasingly more sophisticated. Reliance on technology and computers is growing every day. Employers need people who understand technology and have the training needed to help the plant continue to run smoothly. An industrial technology degree can prepare you for the day-to-day needs of production work, as well as prepare you for the management track you're interested in. Extensive training is needed for most jobs in this field, so an industrial program will give you the best possible footing.

A Career in Modern Industry

Those with a degree, training, and experience are likely to face the best job prospects. Pay can range widely in production and manufacturing. According to the Department of Labor, the average annual earnings for industrial production managers in May 2004 were $73,000. This is for the top jobs in the business. The lowest ten percent earned less than $43,660 and the highest wage earners took home more than $120,000 a year.

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