Are there people who still want to work in manufacture jobs today?
We all know how the world as a whole have undergone such a tremendous change in technology, lifestyle, and many other aspects. There are now more ‘creative’ businesses & jobs everywhere, more innovations & creativity encouraged, and basically, the job market seems to get much more diverse just in this recent decade, compared to the past decades.
But the question then is this:
are there still people, in this advanced era, who wants (even perhaps dream) to work in ‘cookie-cutter’ type jobs such as in factory, mills, assembly line, & basically many other “routine, mass-produced” kind of jobs, that most people i know today seemingly want to avoid these kind of jobs as much as possible?
perhaps, it has some correlation with certain personality-type, who wants (or even like) to work in a factory-setting, as a worker/laborer?
Or there are actually increasingly less & less people who want to work in those type of jobs nowadays?
If that’s the case, then how those manufacture companies handle this predicament? eg: how can cars get manufactured if there’s less & less people who want to work in its assembly-line?