Most of the 740,000 job openings our state will have by 2021 will be filled by workers with postsecondary credentials, such as a bachelor’s degree, an associate’s degree, an industry certificate or an apprenticeship. People who like working with their hands and understanding how things work are a great fit for manufacturing jobs. In a new video, employees from Fluke Corporation explain how to build a manufacturing career.
Ready Washington’s posters – which were mailed out to all middle schools, high schools, and skills centers across the state – encourage students to plan their path today.
VIDEO: Ready Washington provides students, families, and teachers with clear, easy-to-use information to help students connect their learning to their career plans and aspirations.
REPORT: There will be 740,000 job openings in Washington in the next five years. The majority of job opportunities—particularly those that will support upward mobility and good quality of life—will be filled with workers who have postsecondary education or training.
REPORT: To prepare Washington students for success in their home state, we must improve outcomes at low-performing schools and for struggling students.
Hear from McKinstry employees about their career paths and some advice they have for today’s students.
Learn about some high demand jobs in Washington state.
VIDEO: The time is ripe in high school for students to think about their next steps after graduation.