Lack of construction graduates is critical
Three leading representative organisations in the construction-related fields have described the lack of graduates in the sector as a critical concern for the future development of Ireland and said the numbers graduating from construction-related programmes over the next two years would simply not meet the demand for those skills.
Recent research findings indicate that there will be a substantial deficit of engineering and surveying graduates to meet the predicted future demand for the construction sector...
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