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13Jan94 UK: NO BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS - SKILL SHORTAGES.

For many years, employers in construction and engineering have bemoaned the fact that many of the best young brains head for accountancy, the law - and even the media - rather than into making and building things.Some employers have been worrying that the loss of skills from the industry in the recession could lead to the anomalous position where massive unemployment continues alongside skill shortages.So what are employers doing about these twin concerns? The evidence from the Association ...

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