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Report outlines skill shortages across a range of sectors

Skill shortages exist in a wide number of sectors from ICT and engineering to the health and transport sectors, according to a new report.

23rd July, 2014
There is a demand for research and development staff, a new report found.

Skill shortages exist in a wide number of sectors from ICT and engineering to the health and transport sectors, according to a new report.

Labour force participation and numbers employed have increased in the last year, along with declines in the number of persons unemployed and in the number of redundancies, the National Skills Bulletin 2014 from the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) outlined.

The report found particular shortages in the tech sector, with...

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