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Jobs and Growth: The importance of engineering skills to the UK economy

This report was commissioned by the Royal Academy of Engineering to provide evidence of the value of engineering skills to the economy and to examine the concerns expressed by leaders in business and industry about the shortage of such skills.

The report provides clear evidence that the demand for people in Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) occupations exceeds supply and, because the demand is pervasive across the economy, it persists even in the current recessionary period. As economic growth returns, demand for engineers and many other SET occupations is likely to intensify.

Author(s): Matthew Harrison, Royal Academy of Engineering

Production date: 2012

How to obtain: Download Jobs and Growth: The importance of engineering skills to the UK economy

Audiences: Careers practitioners , Employers

Format: Web


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