Why ‘Help Wanted’ In A&D Doesn’t Mean The Same Anymore

Pratt & Whitney engine assembly floor
A snapshot of the Pratt & Whitney engine assembly floor in Middletown, Connecticut, includes assembly lines for the F135 and Geared Turbofan engines.
Credit: Raytheon Technologies
There is no shortage of ironies in the aerospace and defense sector, one of which is the race to automate and digitalize business while also struggling to hire enough workers to profit from the expected ramp-up of commercial aviation manufacturing in the post-pandemic era. Digitalizing business...

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