When aerospace engineers decide where to work, pay and benefits aren't the deciding factors
During the past 10 years, Aviation Week & Space Technology has conducted an annual overview of the Aerospace and Defense (A&D) job market--the skills most in demand, compensation compared with other technological industries and what attracts talented men and women. Over that decade, the workforce has shrunk and then rebounded to more than 600,000 employees, according to the Aerospace Industries Assn. (AIA). Now, the mystifying question is whether the industry faces a looming ...
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