MROs worry about skilled labor shortages, but can they do more to attract technicians?
The adage goes that good people are hard to find, and many commercial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities are reporting difficulties filling technician positions with skilled workers. Given the outlook for the aviation industry, they have legitimate reasons to worry. According to Boeing's November 2011 market outlook, the number of aircraft in service will double by 2030, and the number of maintenance workers to support those aircraft will have to grow by at least 140,200 ...
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