Job Creation

The Carbon Tech industry can support a range of well-paying, stable jobs across different education levels. Another short sentence here.

The Carbon Tech industry can support a range of well-paying, stable jobs across different education levels. Another short sentence here.

The carbon tech industry can support a range of well-paying, stable jobs across different education levels. 

Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operator
Description: Operator of computer-controlled machinery to tool metal or plastic parts.

Entry-level Education RequirementHigh School degree or equivalent

U.S. Average Wage: $19.72 p/hr

Materials Scientists and Researchers
Description: Research and analyze natural and synthetic substances for use in the development of new products and applications.

Entry-level Education Requirement: Master’s Degree or PhD

U.S. Average Wage: $48.83 p/hr

Mechanics
Description: Repair mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment used in fields such as construction and surface mining

Entry-level Education Requirement: High School or Equivalent

U.S. Average Wage: $25.18 p/hr

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technicians

Description: Assist engineers with the design, production, and testing

Entry-level Education Requirement: Associate Degree

U.S. Average Wage: $30.27 p/hr

Chemical Engineers

Description: Design chemical plant equipment and create processes for chemical and product manufacturing

Entry-level Education Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree

U.S. Average Wage: $50.68 p/hr

Systems Software Developers
Description: Develop underlying software systems or applications

Entry-level Education Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree

U.S. Average Wage: $53.17 p/hr

This material is courtesy of the American Jobs Project.