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Thanks to the increased use of robotics, job opportunities in the manufacturing industry are growing. Whether you're a high school student just starting out, looking to change industries, an experienced manufacturing worker, or searching for a higher-paying role, is here to support you at every step of your journey. 

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Today's Manufacturing Industry

What do you picture when you think about working in the manufacturing industry? Manufacturing jobs today look very different from those of the past – and require different skills. Manufacturing jobs today are higher-paying, safe, and see people working alongside advanced technologies like robotics. There are so many career options – find your place in the manufacturing industry today!


A report by The Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte found that 4.6 million jobs will need to be filled in the U.S. manufacturing over the next decade, and 2.4 million jobs may be left open due to a lack of trained workers. That translates to a lot of opportunity for those with robotics skills.

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Only programs that meet the highest standards set by the robotics industry in the categories of Relevance to the Industry, Effective Curriculum, Efficiency of the Training, Impact of the Program, Program Sustainability and Transportability can earn the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing endorsement. Look for the badge on the programs listing page to see which programs have qualified.

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The manufacturing skills gap is real. We're here to support the full ecosystem needed to correct the skills gap, get workers into valuable roles, increase manufacturers' productivity, and connect students to training programs and opportunities they otherwise wouldn't know existed.

Job Seekers & Students

Your robotics journey is unique. Unlike other job boards and training database sites, uses your skills and goals to connect you directly to job, internship, apprenticeship, and training opportunities to get you exactly where you want to go. Explore career pathways, build your digital skills profile, and get matched to personalized job and training recommendations.

Employers & Manufacturers

We've heard the same message from manufacturers across the nation: the biggest hurdle to growth is finding trained workers. Whether you're looking to add to your workforce or upskill your existing workers, we're here to help you navigate your workforce gaps. Create an account to post your jobs and search for qualified candidates - at no cost!

Training Providers

Get your program in front of a national audience of organizations and individuals actively exploring educational opportunities and robotics career paths. Adding your program to our comprehensive and vetted database will help you connect with potential students. Submitting your program for inclusion is free with the option to apply for ARM Endorsement.

How a Robotics Degree Can Equip You for the Technological Revolution

Not only will a robotics degree provide industry-specific education necessary for leveraging modern advancements into useful technology, but also the skills needed for understanding complex algorithms used for robotic processes such as machine learning and data analysis.

What Does A Robotics Engineer Do?

From manufacturing to robotic surgeries, robotics engineers are at the forefront of designing and developing robots that can perform a wide range of tasks.

What Grades Are Needed For a Career in Robotics?

If you're interested in pursuing a career in robotics, good grades in high school are a great place to start.



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