As the economy in Northeast Ohio continues to rebound, the demand for skilled, educated workers in manufacturing is increasing. Employers are seeking future workers from all sources and there is growing recognition of the role that women can play in these 21st Century careers. Welding is one of those careers that offers great opportunities for women. A recent CNBC.Com article illustrates the demand and potential for women in today’s modern manufacturing workplace. See the CNBC article here.
The Incubator at MAGNET‘s tenant, OsteoSymbionics, was recently recognized in Cleveland Business Connects Magazine. What is OsteoSymbionics? Well it is a Cleveland-based manufacturer of custom craniofacial implants serving surgeons at leading hospitals across the United States for patients that have suffered traumatic brain injuries with damage to the face or skull due to injury, disease or deformity. See the full article here.
MAGNET RELEASES REPORT DOCUMENTING THE CRITICAL ROLE THAT MANUFACTURING PLAYS IN THE NORTHEAST OHIO ECONOMY Manufacturing Contributed $35.5 Billion to the Regional Economy in 2012; The average wage for manufacturing was $58,168, far surpassing the average regional wage of $44,367 See Press Release Here See Entire Report Here