Manufacturing workers work with products and equipment. The introduction of highly computerized equipment and innovative processes like 3-D printing have revolutionized the industry. Architecture and construction workers work on buildings and other structures. You might design plans for a new structure, manage the project or be the skilled worker building it. Energy workers deal with sectors related to power generation (fuels), distribution, storage, energy efficiency and motor vehicles. With more than 40% of the existing energy workforce eligible for retirement over the next five years and with California’s abundant fossil and alternative fuel sources, there is tremendous growth ahead. Transportation workers are responsible for ensuring that people and things get to the right place, at the right time, for the right price using new technologies like Global Positioning Systems (GPS) or Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).