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The Engineer of the Future
A Guide to Recruiting New Engineers
Finding and retaining good engineering talent has been a perennial challenge for manufacturers, but today's crop of freshly minted engineering grads differ from those who have come before them. They often have skills and mindsets that can prove extremely valuable, but only if they are managed with those traits in mind.
The Engineer of the Future: A Guide to Recruiting New Engineers covers:
  • Which skills new engineers bring to your organization.
  • How the worldview and expectations of this generation's engineers differ.
  • How to recruit and retain fresh engineering talent
Make sure your organization maintains a pipeline of fresh talent that will set it up for success in both the long-term and the short-term.
The manufacturing industry is facing a serious talent shortage, and staffing challenges are only exacerbated by many employers’ inability to connect with young talent. Manufacturing organizations that fail to adapt their hiring practices may find themselves without the staff they need as the boomer generation retires. 

Read The Engineer of the Future: A Guide to Recruiting New Engineers to make sure your organization has the tools to maintain a pipeline of fresh talent that will set it up for success in both the long-term and the short-term.