Utah’s manufacturing industry is continuously growing. And it’s growing fast. So much so, that major employers like Boeing, Merit Medical and more are having trouble keeping up with hiring. Basically, there’s a shortage of qualified candidates to meet demand. By partnering with technical and community colleges in the area to create very specific, streamlined training programs designed to put qualified applicants (like you) to work as quickly as possible, we’re building Utah’s manufacturing workforce and launching hundreds of new careers in the process.
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Why choose manufacturing?
Contrary to popular belief, manufacturing isn’t a thing of the past. Not anymore, at least. In fact, the industry has come a long way in the past few years. The rise of technology paired with dedicated efforts from companies around the industry have turned many workshops into clean, safe and, dare we say, cool, places to work these days. And in Utah, the industry is really thriving — meaning more career opportunities, higher pay and better benefits are always on the horizon. So, if you like the sound of that, and love the idea of telling your friends you do amazing stuff like build airplanes for a living, then manufacturing might be the perfect fit for you.
We are launching hundreds of new careers in advanced manufacturing by building Utah’s workforce. How are we accomplishing this? Through partnerships with government, technical and community colleges, and local employers to create specific, streamlined training programs designed to put you to work as quickly as possible.
By partnering with technical and community colleges in the area to create very specific, streamlined training programs designed to put qualified applicants (like you) to work as quickly as possible, we’re building Utah’s manufacturing workforce and launching hundreds of new careers in the process.
Tech Sales Industry
Talented sales professionals are always in demand. The market forecast for outsourced sales services projects a 5-year growth in demand between 8-9% year over year across the industry with over 62% of outsourced sales services being delivered online. In Utah, MarketStar plans to hire an estimated 1,400 roles in 2022 across all tech sales, tech enablement, and support roles with over 916 new jobs having been created year-to-date. With the labor constraints along the Wasatch Front combined with MarketStar’s move to a distributed workforce model that enables remote work, it is estimated that the company will hire 50% of these sales positions as remote workers. By partnering with Utah State University, MarketStar offers a virtual tech sales professional