Manufacturing industry refers to those industries which involve in the manufacturing and processing of items and indulge in either creation of new commodities or in value addition. The manufacturing industry accounts for a significant share of the industrial sector in developed countries. The final products can either serves as a finished good for sale to customers or as intermediate goods used in the production process.
Manufacturing industries are broadly categorized into engineering industries, construction industries, electronics industries, chemical industries, energy industries, textile industries, food and beverage industries, metalworking industries, plastic industries, transport and telecommunication industries.
Manufacturing industries are important for an economy as they employ a huge share of the labor force and produce materials required by sectors of strategic importance such as national infrastructure and defense.
Current dynamical developments like the changing expectation of consumers, strongly rising global competition and the time to the market are leading to a business transformation.
According to a study recently conducted by global management consulting firm McKinsey and Company, the Indian manufacturing industry is expected to touch US$ 1 trillion by 2025. Industry experts accredit the increasing demand of manufacturing units and the penchant for setting up low-cost plants in India by multinational firms for this possible development.
Around 90 million domestic jobs are waiting to be created by that timeframe with the manufacturing segment contributing about 25-30% of India’s gross domestic product. India’s rapidly expanding economy is giving both international entrepreneurs and home players an array of opportunities to venture out and grow.
Most careers in manufacturing are better paid than similar careers in other industries. Some have very easy-to-meet entry requirements. Others require a college degree or more.
While manufacturing was hit hard by the 2009 economic recession, this industry still represents 11 percent of all jobs in the state. That's more than 300,000 positions. The highest numbers of manufacturing jobs in the state in Computer and electronic products, Fabricated metal products, Food manufacturing and Machinery manufacturing.
Manufacturing jobs that earn the highest weekly wages are found in the chemical and computer product industries where workers earn about $1,400 per week. On average, manufacturing workers are paid $1,000 per week.
NCS manufacturing recruiters understand the manufacturing process from concept to consumer, and we provide highly personal and consultative client service. .
To accomplish this requires finding and keeping transcendent manufacturing talent – from engineering production line management to the C-suite. Manufacturing recruitment has never been more imperative, and the talent marketplace is both global and competitive in scope.
NCS work with knowledge, speed, and discretion to help you hire the proven talent you need. We do our own exhaustive research and work closely with you to help you solve current problems and achieve long-term recruitment success.
Our recruiters maintained close communications with both client and candidates throughout the process and worked around the clock during the final week of challenging negotiations.
In the end, the company was able to work with one recruiting firm in a trusted and candid fashion, filling multiple positions in two different divisions of the company.
This is the type of collaborative service you need from your manufacturing recruitment partner.