3D printing jobs on the rise Tuesday 14 July 2015 PDF Print An increasing demand for workers in the 3D printing sector is bringing hope to the technology industry An increasing demand for workers in the 3D printing sector is bringing hope to the technology industry. This comes at a time when the advance of technology looks to be making many jobs obsolete, and many people are worried - but the growth of 3D printing is now signalling a brighter future for jobs in the industry than previously predicted. Considering 3D printing is such a new and growing sector, it can be difficult to find jobs in it, but some online businesses have emerged that believe they have a solution to this. One such company is 3D Printed Jobs, a specialised online platform aiming to provide the missing link between wanting a job in 3D printing, and finding one. According to a 3D Printed Jobs spokesperson: "Whether you already have the skill and the talent, or you simply want to find out more, 3D Printed Jobs is your one-stop shop for employment opportunities in this new, exciting and growing sector." The premise of sites such as this one is simple: employers post a role, and anybody who feels they’re up to the task can apply. It's a straightforward process that may sound too good to be true, but many businesses have already utilised it to great success. So far, businesses such as Keep It Visual, Brothers, Pedrino, and Imperial College London have all taken advantage of the unique pool of talent on offer, suggesting a demand for 3D printing skills across an increasingly large range of industries; even some traditional sales and marketing roles are now demanding 3D printing skills. That such a wide range of industries have shown a need for 3D printing suggests it really could be on the up, or as the spokesperson added: "More and more companies are recognising the need to innovate. 3D printing is consistently delivering a new way to boost businesses in ways they could never imagine, even just a few years ago." Considering this, perhaps within a few years a 3D printer will be as common an office feature as a water cooler. In any case, 3D printing is a task no robot can perform independently; as long as technology can create jobs as well as make them obsolete, complete automation is still a long way off. More information about 3D Printed Jobs|[https://3dprintedjobs.com/] can be found on their website. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of 3D Printed Jobs in the following categories: Motoring, Manufacturing, Engineering & Energy, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.