THE ENGINEERS ARE COMING: Nearly 1 million teens could fill Britain’s vacant engineering roles, but they don’t know where to start…

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With an annual shortfall of at least 20,000 skilled workers, generating interest in engineering has been firmly on the agenda for recruiters and hiring managers for some time now. A new report by recruitment website Jobsite shows this could finally be making a difference, as findings reveal as many as 50% of 16-18 year olds would consider a career in the this field.

Posted inNews archiveon31 Jul 2017 50% of teens aged 16-18 would consider a career in engineering. However, 63% don’t know which qualifications are needed. 40% of engineers believe advertised roles reinforce gender stereotypes

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