What is the best organization for industrial engineers to work in?
Can you forcast the career of industrial engineer also what is the best organizatio for industrial engineer to work in? what are the major areas where he can work and also where the maximum industrial engineers are currently working ll over the world?
In fact, the range of interaction is simply very large for industrial engineers. Now many industries such as green energy, IT, telecommunications, aerospace, automotive are looking for good engineers. I've seen a lot of active projects on the Angry marketplace, and my company even created a profile there - https://engre.co/services/design/automotive/automotive-suspension-engineering/ to be the first to catch good offers.
Engineers apply the theories and principles of various Sciences in technical and economic solutions to technical and practical problems. Their work is a link between scientific discoveries and developments and their practical application. I think you can find the answer to your question in this article https://www.jobsnhire.com/articles/57615/20200804/how-to-hire-a-dedicated-team-of-industrial-engineers-for-your-business.htm. Engineers in each industry gain knowledge and skills that can be applied in various fields.
Faisal, this is not an easy question to answer simply, as there is such a broad range of industrial engineering areas that you could focus on. So allow me to give you a "different" perspective.
Ulttimately what causes people to be great and succesful in their careers is passion for and belief in what they do. I am also assuming that you are a recently qualified and graduated industrial engineer.
What you need to do is focus your professional industrial engineering knowledge and qulifications on an area of industrial engineering that is involved in your area of passion. If you can blend these two dimensions, then you are headed in the right direction for a great, succesful and very satisfying career.
The second point is that if you are a young graduate who is just starting out, do not expect too much at the start. Find the right place in you area of passion and then, work hard and do what you do extremely well, every day. Through doing this you will over time, build a great reputation and start entering into the holy grail of succesful people: Passion, Reputation, Knowledge, Skills and of course, enjoyment of what you do. All other things will follow. Good luck. Tom
Preferably in the industrial sector, capital intensive, skilled workforce dependent and where productivity and quality is process sensitive.
Industial engineers fit any production engineering environment and usually good at managing production, labor, etc. Since they work in office, plant floors and also have workforce interactions, they can grow to be the head of entire production function. This we have observed fom some examples across different manufacturing industries.
There is no "best". What might be the best for one probably isn't the best for you.
What do you like to do? What part of the world are you interested in living and working? What are the options you are currently considering?
Your question is much too vague to provide a real response.
Original Equipment Manufacturing companies are the best for Industrial engineers since it give lots of scope for Research and Development
Faisal ... The United Nations has a report out that every prospective employee, especially engineers, will become migrant workers. Meaning engineers are in such high demand yet so few exist globally that they will go to whatever company — in whatever country — that offers the best opportunity for growth as a person and within the company or industry.
So I believe you have to first understand what your strengths and weaknesses are and what your short-term and long-term ambitions are.
Industrial engineers typically help businesses improve the throughput efficiency. So you look at manufacturing processes, plant design, systems, etc. So you may want to investigate the manufacturing sector, which covers a broad spectrum of industries. You can learn more about these industries by reviewing the UN's ISIC (https://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regcst.asp?Cl=27) and the North American Industry Classification System (https://www.census.gov/cgi-bin/sssd/naics/naicsrch?chart=2012).
Manufacturing isn't the only sector to study. There could be other sectors that could use industrial engineers as well, as this graphic from the University of Texas points out. http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/index.cfm?objectid=4710703B-0EAD-59C0-B6D2309B3335C8D4
I would think the big industries are automotive, aerospace, possible toy company's, as for forcasting a career, it is hard to know. Like and industry, it goes up and down depending on what thee needs are.
Being both a bookkeeper, and started out in architecture. In architecture it depends on the needs, doing books for some contractors and so fourth it goes up and down, but those are some industries off the top of my head