An aerospace manufacturer is an individual involved in the various aspects of designing building, testing, selling, and maintaining aircraft, aircraft parts, missles, rockets, or spacecraft.
A little more than half of all aircraft manufacturing workers are production workers that build or repair parts on aircrafts. These workers can fabricate, assemble, install, test and inspect the many parts which make up a modern airplane process that people across the United States use.
The modern Aerospace manufacturer typically has vocational knowledge and often times a bachelors degree depending on the position they are applying for. Growth is strong in this industry with an expectancy of 24% in the following years.
Common Aerospace Manufacturing Jobs: Assembler, Parts Inspector, Manufacturing Engineer, Process Engineer, Technician.