What is the difference between industrial designers and manufacturing engineers?
What is the difference between industrial designers and manufacturing engineers? What are their job descriptions and what do each make for average salaries? Is one better than the other?
Asked By: fluffy - 2/18/2012
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Industrial designers design products to be manufactured. Manufacturing engineers are concerned with finding and implementing the best manufacturing processes to produce the products. Engineers generally earn larger salaries than designers.
Answered By: Tim C - 2/18/2012
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An industrial designer designs the appearance of products. A manufacturing engineer designs and optimizes production methods. The average salary for manufacturing/industrial engineers in the US is $76,000. The average salary for industrial designers is $58,000. Engineers also have better job prospects.
Answered By: Alex - 2/18/2012
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