The field of manufacturing has changed so much you might no longer recognize it. “Manufacturing is no longer just a row of unskilled laborers standing at an assembly line,” Lund said. Instead, there is a demand for advanced manufacturers who have a narrowly focused, but high-level, skill set. The good news is training for these jobs generally only requires a two-year associates degree from a program dedicated to training students for work in fields such as specialty chemicals or precision tool making. Precision toolmakers are responsible for many of the products we use every day — from cell phones to ceiling fans to smoke detectors — that are developed using a computer, rather than piece by piece on an assembly line.
That is so cool that there are jobs where they do underwater welding. This is something that I didn't even know existed in the first place. That is really cool that you can do underwater welding. Wow, really think about that for a second. Welding underwater is way cool and takes great skill to do.
I didn't even know that you could weld underwater. I would imagine that you would need a lot of special tools to make this work the right way. I think it would be interesting to talk to people that do that for a living and see what kind of experiences they've had. I'm sure it's a very interesting job to do. I'll definitely have to do some more research about it.