10/2/2013

Video: Meet the MT Ambassadors

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AMT—the Association For Manufacturing Technology produced this video to introduce its “MT Ambassadors,” young manufacturing professionals making the case to other young people about the rewards of manufacturing careers.

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Eighty percent of the fastest-growing careers are in STEM fields (that is, science, technology, engineering and math), while 50 percent of those jobs do not require a four-year degree. AMT—the Association For Manufacturing Technology—produced this video to introduce its “MT Ambassadors,” young manufacturing professionals making the case to other young people about the rewards of manufacturing careers.

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