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There Is In Fact A Tech-Talent Shortage And There Always Will Be

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For America to maintain its fragile role as the most innovative nation on earth, it must perpetually attract the world’s best and brightest. There will always be trailblazing engineers that stay in their home country, leaving the United States one notch below its potential. Yet, on the heels of comprehensive...
There Is In Fact A Tech-Talent Shortage And There Always Will Be

Engineers working in conflict zones are living more dangerously | Martin McCann

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Threats to civilian contractors are more common now than in any period in the past 30 yearsThe sad news of kidnapped engineer Chris McManus's death in Nigeria is a stark reminder of just how dangerous engineering in conflict zones can be. Working for a humanitarian organisation that was founded to...
Engineers working in conflict zones are living more dangerously | Martin McCann

Rumor: Foxconn Planning To Build US-Based Plants, Will Train American Engineers In Taiwan Or China

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In one of the oddest cases of an April Fool’s joke coming true, Digitimes is reporting that Foxconn is looking at opening LCD TV plants in LA or Detroit. These plants will focus on automated production lines and build mostly LCD TVs as too much hand-work is required to assemble...
Rumor: Foxconn Planning To Build US-Based Plants, Will Train American Engineers In Taiwan Or China
iPhone manufacturer Foxconn may set up plants in the U.S.

Foxconn 'considers plan to open factories in US'

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Taiwan company's reportedly evaluating LA and Detroit as site for TV assembly plants owing to rising labour costs at homeFoxconn, the controversial Taiwanese manufacturer that has become one of the world's largest employers thanks to booming demand for the Apple products it assembles, is reportedly planning to open factories in...
Foxconn 'considers plan to open factories in US'
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