Dark, dirty and dangerous -- mention the 3Ds of old-time
manufacturing and HR managers shudder. It's exactly the image they don't
want the public -- or millennials considering careers in manufacturing
-- to have of the industry. They want to be able to talk about an
industry that is attractive and safe, innovative, even cool.
So it must gladden the hearts of Lockheed Martin recruiters when
Emilee Bianco talks about being "excited" to work at Lockheed Martin
Space System's facility in Sunnyvale, Calif. Bianco, 25, has been
working on building solar arrays to power satellites.
As a manufacturing engineer, Bianco takes design specifications, puts
them into work instructions and then works to ensure that satellite
hardware is built correctly. Read Full Article