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Five Reasons to Love Manufacturing

Veryable Editorial Team
February 23, 2018
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There are so many reasons to love manufacturing. We thought it would be a good idea to share some of our favorite things we love about this industry:


1. Constantly Changing

A lot of industries don't shift their trajectories very often; but not manufacturing. There’s always something new, something exciting, and something awesome in the works. In fact, today the implementation of advanced technologies in manufacturing has brought change that would have been unimaginable just a decade ago resulting in increased speed, customization, precision, and efficiency. This just means we should be thankful for manufacturing making our lives easier each day.


2. Provides Work

The manufacturing industry accounts for nearly 9 percent of the American workforce. That means a lot of lives depend on the industry. It’s great news, then, that the unemployment rate within the industry is at a historic low point, and that manufacturers continue to look for workers throughout the country. That's why at Veryable, we decided to make it easier for you and provide you with an App where you can find lots of work opportunities available for you to choose and start working as soon as possible! Once you sign up with Veryable, we make sure to always have work available for you.

3. The Economy Depends On It

The manufacturing industry doesn’t just support the people who work in the industry, but it is also the backbone of the American and international economies. According to statistics, Manufacturers contributed more than $2.2 trillion to the U.S. economy in 2016, and for every dollar spent within the industry, another $1.81 is added to the economy. Manufacturing has such a great impact on the economy with something called the “multiplier effect.” That is, the wages from manufacturing workers are re-spent in other parts of the economy this is because many industries (especially service industries) depend on goods produced through manufacturing.


4. Provides Work Satisfaction

Work satisfaction is the sense of fulfillment and pride people feel when they enjoy their work and perform it well. One of the challenges that a lot of industries face is keeping people motivated and satisfied doing their work; but this is certainly not the case with manufacturing. A study on job satisfaction in the manufacturing industry was looked at the job satisfaction level of the workers in the organization and various factors involved in it. The results of the study showed that the majority of the workers in the manufacturing industry felt work satisfaction when given the appropriate work conditions and safe environment. From our personal experience with our Operators, we can definitely confirm their work satisfaction when they've found work with Veryable. We've heard from many of our Operators that one of the many reasons they choose Veryable is because they have the ability to work doing what they love!


5. It's For Everyone

The manufacturing industry has got to be one of the most inclusive sectors of the economy. Nearly 30 percent of the workforce is made up of women, and that number is rising. Today, manufacturing businesses don't really have a preference in what they look for, and the majority focus on looking for ways to attract hard working people whether it's women, young professionals, veterans, older generations, or pretty much any one with the required skills who is willing to hop into the industry. That's why at Veryable, we don't even require experience in the field. We have work opportunities for all levels of experience and for ANYONE who has the motivation and will to start making money with us! If you're convinced by the many reasons why you should be working in the manufacturing industry, then sign up with Veryable today. Download the mobile App directly from the Apple store or Google Play.

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