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Society Of Manufacturing Engineers average salary is $74,880, median salary is $74,880 with a salary range from $74,880 to $74,880.
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Network Design Engineer 74,880-74,880 Reston, VA, 20190 2012 Society Of Manufacturing Engineers Network Design Engineer Salaries (1)
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  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers
  • Industry: Materials/Manufacturing
  • City: Dearborn, MI
  • Manufacturing is the largest single contributor to the wealth of the world's economies, yet...Companies continue to identify skills and knowledge gaps within their manufacturing workforce. Men and women entering the field aren't always well prepared for its challenges. The very young are becoming less informed about, and attracted to, careers in manufacturing. Investing for Tomorrow... As the world's leading resource for manufacturing information and knowledge, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers promotes an increased awareness of the value of manufacturing among industry professionals and the general public, while introducing young people to exciting career options in the field. We also identify,