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Moving forward with fibre

The telecommunication workforce of the future will require employees skilled in fibre networks to move forward and keep pace with emerging technologies.

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Recruiting and retaining great telecoms talent

Keely Portway reports on a recent webinar about how the telecoms sector is addressing the current shortage in skills, from recruitment through to keeping great candidates once they are on board

 

Live webinar - Bridging the skills gap: recruiting and retaining great telecoms talent

While chip shortages and supply chain issues have been big news over the past two years, one of the other major challenges affecting telecoms is the shortage of skilled staff throughout the supply chain.

In its recent report, Future of Work: The Global Talent Crunch, consulting firm Korn Ferry forecasts that by 2030 the deficit of skilled workers in the global technology, media, and telecommunications sector will reach 4.3 million workers.

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Bridging gaps

There is currently a shortage of skilled fibre professionals. How can we, as an industry, work towards addressing this? Keely Portway asks the question

SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2021

SCTE® Cable-Tec Expo® is the preeminent venue for thought leadership, engineering innovation and dealmaking within the broadband telecommunications industry. Hosted by the Society for Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), a subsidiary of CableLabs®, Expo 2022 will be presented as a hybrid experience in Philadelphia, PA, September 19-22 and chaired by industry leaders Comcast President and CEO David Watson and Liberty Global Vice-chairman and CEO Michael Fries.

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