The manufacturing market is part of a bigger sect called “goods – producing industry”. Sub sects of the manufacturing industry include but are not limited to wood product, fabricated metal production, primary metal, furniture and related product, and machinery manufacturing. Each one of these industries uses some type of CNC spindle machine, which needs to be cooled as mentioned above.
Wood product manufacturing includes sub sectors of sawmills and wood preservation, veneer, plywood, engineered wood product manufacturing, and other wooden goods manufacturing. The average earnings of employees is a little above 19$ per hour. This number is derived from managers, team assemblers, wood working machine operators, machine feeders and other groups of hard working people. Most of the industry is privately owned. This is not to be confused with furniture and related product making. This type of industry employs skilled laborers examples include upholsters and furniture finishers. Like wood product manufacturing, this industry is mostly privatized.
Primary metal, fabricated metal production, and machinery manufacturing are very similar industries. Most of them employ machinists, cutting, punching and press machine operators, and cutters, solderers and braziers. Wages per hour for these industries can vary from $19 to $28. All these industries are privatized with the exception of a few fabricated metal product manufacturing companies. A small amount of fabricated metal product manufacturing companies are employed by the government. This due to military, defense, or computer parts used by government agencies.