Flexibility is the way ahead for the aerospace and automotive sectors

July 2003
Engineer (00137758);7/25/2003, Vol. 292 Issue 7632, p32
Reports on employment of engineers in the British aerospace and automotive industries. Growth in turnover per employee since 1980; Employment within equipment sector; Employers' expectation of strong skill sets to match job needs.


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