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Automation is an exciting field to work in. Automation engineers interact with customers from a variety of industries and gain extensive exposure to a variety of circumstances in the field, which is an excellent start to any career.

Working as a PLC Programmer is one of the most rewarding and well-paid careers in the PLC engineering field. But what if you're a recent graduate or have no prior PLC experience? (or too little of it to qualify for positions that often demand at least two years in the field).

As just-in-time production and cost-effective products become increasingly important in manufacturing, manufacturers are automating more of their processes. Industrial automation may be the appropriate career option for you if you're looking for a career that has a lot of potential and pays well.

Automation engineers work in areas such as the energy sector, automotive manufacturing facilities, food processing plants, and robots, and can design, develop, simulate, and test automated gear and processes.

Automation professionals can work as technicians, engineers, managers, sales, service, field techs, commissioning specialists, technical gurus, and process experts, among other positions. We can work for a variety of companies, including end users, systems integrators, vendors, engineering firms, and ourselves.

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