While the 3DPrint.com staff and I get to spend all day, every day delving into the depths of 3D printing and other high-tech wonders of our age, we know that not every employee’s workday is as filled with the latest advances as ours are. We do try to be an all-around resource for our readers–and so now we’re here to help you out on your next job search!
Looking for the next move on your career path in 3D printing, robotics, virtual reality, or any of the other areas we tend to cover? Look no further! We’ve just gone live with our latest feature on the site: a Job Search integrated right into our site, helping you look for open positions around the country (or local to you), powered by Indeed.
- 3D printing
- Artificial intelligence
- Deep learning
- Virtual reality
- Blended reality
- Augmented reality
- Internet of things
- Advanced manufacturing
Already, these hits show up (as of the time of writing) as a whopping 1,302 pages of results, with more hits being added all the time. You can filter results to find exactly what you’re looking for, where you want to find it.
While you’re on our site, browsing the latest and greatest inventions, innovations, and cool builds, maybe inspiration strikes–why shouldn’t you be in on that game (if you’re not already)? To make this feature as accessible as possible, you can follow the link at the top of the page–or just look down to your right here, where a small side bar reminds you that the next step forward in the industry could be yours.
3DPrint.com is always trying to be as much of a resource as possible for our readers. We welcome feedback (write in via email, or connect with us on social media!) and look forward to continuing to serve our community in any way we can. Is this a feature you are interested in using? Discuss in the 3DPrint.com Job Search Feature forum over at 3DPB.com.
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