Manufacturing Jobs for Veterans

Manufacturing Jobs for Veterans

Whether it’s cars, light bulbs, or coffee tables, manufacturing means putting things together and solving problems.

Why Work in Manufacturing?

Indiana is one of the nation’s leading hubs for manufacturing. We’re home to many innovative businesses that are growing fast—and they’re looking for motivated veterans to help fill their open positions. INvets is a nonprofit public/private partnership with the state of Indiana that’s all about attracting, retaining, and cultivating our state’s veteran workforce.

Analyze the Situation

Analyze the Situation

Attention to detail can be the difference between success and a breakdown in production.

Use Your Tech Skills

Use Your Tech Skills

Manufacturing professionals work with cutting-edge technology—including robotics and lasers

Follow a Routine

Follow a Routine

Many manufacturing jobs are checklist oriented and involve working toward a bigger goal. 

Support Your Team

Support Your Team

Every team member is crucial in the manufacturing industry. There are lots of chances to work toward a common goal as a unit.

Career Pathways in Manufacturing

Individual Contributor Jobs Opportunities

Become a master of your skillset and help inform company leadership.
Median Salary:$91,729
Desired Skillsproblem solver, strong work ethic, collaborative thinker
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Production Jobs Opportunities

Create plans to meet customer demand for popular products.
Median Salary:$46,634
Desired Skillsphysically fit, love of technology, technically accurate
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Industrial Maintenance

Diagnose and fix minor mechanical issues before they become major problems.
Median Salary:$51,630
Desired Skillsmechanical skills, desire to learn, manual dexterity
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A Few Industry Facts

12.8
million jobs nationwide in 2019
$21k-$78k
salary range
21,600
new industrial machinery mechanics needed by 2022
List item iconIndustrial engineering and mechanical engineering are among the highest paying occupations in manufacturing.
List item iconMany manufacturing jobs don’t require a college degree, and offer excellent career mobility.
List item iconThe manufacturing sector has dozens of subsectors and hundreds of career paths.
List item iconNearly 10% of all manufacturing employees have union representation.
List item iconManufacturing related to EV vehicles will be one of the highest growing segments of the industry over the next ten years.

Featured Companies

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Allison Transmission is the world’s largest manufacturer of fully automatic transmissions for commercial-duty vehicles.
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Logo for With employment of over 2,400 associates and capital investment exceeding $900 million, HMIN manufactures automobiles primarily for the U.S. market, and for export to markets outside of North America.
With employment of over 2,400 associates and capital investment exceeding $900 million, HMIN manufactures automobiles primarily for the U.S. market, and for export to markets outside of North America.
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Logo for Home to the Highlander, and Highlander Hybrid midsize SUVs, the Sienna minivan and the Sequoia full-size SUV.
Home to the Highlander, and Highlander Hybrid midsize SUVs, the Sienna minivan and the Sequoia full-size SUV.
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