At a time when orderbooks are filled for the next few years in a country dogged by unemployment, the French aerospace industry is struggling to fathom why it can’t hire enough young men and women for its production lines. The sector can arguably be seen as attractive, with high salaries, long-term viability and state-of-the-art factories. Yet many positions remain open for a long time. Aerospace companies, often partnering with local and national authorities, are endeavoring to find ...

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