Hot Jobs: Assemblers

Assembler - SmartTalentAssemblers are the people who literally put things together. If you have a love of machinery, tools and equipment, and you know how parts can go together in the right way to make up a finished product, working as an assembler may be just the job you have been looking for.

The good news for you is if you are looking for work as an assembler, SmartTalent can get help. Our respected and dedicated staffing service has hot jobs available now for kiosk assembly and many other assembly positions. We know assemblers make the world work, and our staffing professionals are happy to help you find a great career opportunity you’ll be excited about. Considering a job as an assembler can pay off because:

  • Assemblers and fabricators often earn income that is well above minimum wage. The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the median pay for assemblers is $14.46 per hour and that assemblers can earn a median of $30,080 per year. You can earn a great living in this profession, and our staffing service may be able to help you find work that comes with good benefits as well as competitive pay. 
  • There is demand for qualified assemblers. There are hot jobs available right now if you want to work as an assembler. The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the job outlook should remain steady for assemblers through 2024, so you’ll also have the peace of mind of knowing there are likely to be job openings available to you for a long while.
  • You only need minimal training. Most assemblers are required to have just a high school diploma or the equivalent. You can get on-the-job training in this field, which will help you to move up and advance into exciting new positions.

SmartTalent helps qualified assemblers find open positions with good pay and good benefits. If you want to find work in Kirkland, Fife, Renton, Lacey, Lynnwood, Everett or surrounding areas, our staffing service is ready to help you today. Contact us now to learn how we can help you to jump-start your next career working in the field of assembly.

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