Modern manufacturing is a diverse and inclusive community, embracing and supporting the creativity that each individual can bring to building something bigger than themselves. And many manufacturers are setting great examples of what the future of the workplace will look like–and of what other firms should aspire to achieve. The report, “All in: Shaping tomorrow’s manufacturing workforce through diversity and inclusion,” by PwC, a leader in helping industrial manufacturers plan and execute strategies to attract and retain a diverse workforce of the future, and the Manufacturing Institute, the social impact arm of the National Association of Manufacturers, looks at the importance of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) efforts across the manufacturing industry. Learn the five key themes that manufacturing companies are addressing to take their D&I work to the next level by clicking here.
20 Modern Manufacturers Who’ll Inspire You
Today, manufacturers in America have nearly half a million open jobs–a new record.
Manufacturing is growing, evolving and getting stronger by the day. While innovation is changing the types of jobs people do, it is not changing what is at the core of manufacturing in the United States: people from all walks of life who lend their talents to make things that matter.
America needs more creators–and more Americans need to see themselves in these rewarding roles. PwC and the Manufacturing Institute believe that one of the best ways to encourage both is to meet the people of modern manufacturing, who make the industry strong not only by their work ethic but also through their diverse backgrounds and paths in life. So meet these 20 modern manufacturers: