Skill shortages and automation fears in field services and trade

Supplied by simPRO Software on Friday, 31 August, 2018


Almost the entire Australian ‘technicians and trade worker’s’ sector is declared as in a national skills shortage. There is also much trepidation within the industry about what jobs will be automated in the future, further hindering apprenticeship intakes.

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