Textiles Jobs



Textile jobs are the jobs related with the various aspects of textile industry. Textile jobs primarily fall into the following categories.

  • Textile design jobs
  • Textile pattern makers
  • Fabric jobs
  • Apparel jobs
  • Knitting jobs

Other related jobs for professionals mostly prevalent in textile sector follows

  • Marketing professionals
  • Technical professionals
  • Process development professionals
  • Packaging professionals
  • Administrative and Finance professionals

Research oriented Jobs

There is a lot of scope for doing extensive research work in the field of textile for those who want to do something different and dedicate themselves in making new inventions. Many jobs need a special type of clothing like the firefighters need clothes that prevents them from getting burned while doing their duty or the professional athletes requires light and cool clothes to run comfortably or the deep-sea divers requires suits to keep them warm underwater. Nowadays textile research workers are getting involved in creating materials and textiles to meet the special requirements.

Textile Jobs in India

In India, textile job openings in textile sector includes textile fabric manufacturing organizations and a variety of companies which are engaged in producing finished textile products both in apparel and home furnishing. Information regarding various employment opportunities in Indian textile sector is available through various textile job agencies. Job Schedule and Working Hours in Textile Jobs

Most professionals and workers in textile, apparel and furnishing services work a conventional standard 35 to 40 hour a week. However, low paid workers often need to stretch for long hours and are involved in laborious manual work and particularly shoe and leather workers, laundry and dry cleaning workers, tailors, dressmakers and sewers working commonly in retail stores even need to work in evenings and weekends. At times, rotating work schedules of shifts are used in many textile and fiber mills to prevent the employees from working continuously at day or night and these rotating shifts frequently results in sleeping disorders and stress related problems among the employees.