Manufacturing or Production Engineering is a specialization of a Mechanical Engineering. The part of Mechanical Engineering which focuses only on Machine Tools, Materials Science, Tribology, and Quality Control is known as Manufacturing Engineering. It is the Professional manufacturing engineers who are responsible for all aspects of designing, development, implementation, operation and management of manufacturing system. Manufacturing is the most important element in any engineering process and Manufacturing Engineers are key personnel in many organizations. The manufactured products range from aeroplanes, turbines, engines and pumps - to integrated circuits and robotic equipment. It’s an industry which satisfies those who enjoy doing, and it’s one of the largest sectors in North America. Manufacturing employs 8.7% of the population in the USA and accounts for almost 11% of Canada’s GDP. Manufacturing basically covers a wide array of industries. Manufacturing spans some of the most interesting high-tech industries, such as aerospace, food technology, machine monitoring, and pharmaceuticals. Not everyone gets the opportunity to tell friends about their day-job, but when you’re working on the latest developments in aerospace, people would surely want to listen. Manufacturing engineering is a well-paying, well-regarded job with a strong career outlook—The Bureau of Labour Statistics reports that employment in this field is projected to grow 9% from 2016 to 2026. It is a good career if you enjoy a challenging work environment with both individual project work and team interaction. Manufacturing engineers have a high level of career satisfaction and generally stay in the profession for a long-term.