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Developments in the Electronics Industry
The Spatial Organisation of the Electronics Industry
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applications areas BTEC National cent Certificate or Diploma Chapter chartered engineer City & Guilds City and Guilds cluster competition consumer electronics course customised decentralisation degree demand design and development difficulties Electronic/electrical engin electronics companies electronics industry electronics market electronics sector engineering technician engineers and technicians European experienced expertise firms flexible specialisation functions graduate engineers graduate recruitment graduates and non-graduates Higher National Certificate Higher National Diploma highly skilled in-house incorporated engineer increased intermediate level Japanese labour market leading edge manufacturing microelectronics non-graduate engineers operations organisation particular problems proportion of graduates qualification levels recruiting graduates recruits recruits research and development respondents result sales and marketing school-leavers shopfloor Single European Market skill requirements skill shortages small number software engineering sponsorship strategy study companies sub-contracting survey systems integration tasks teams technical employees technical managers technical qualifications technical skills technical staff technical staffing policies telecommunications Thorn EMI under-utilisation workforce