Published at: 2017-10-27 11:44 | Author: Robert McLean
With the European Union’s economy continuing to grow, and the Czech economy’s expansion outpacing that of the West’s, the country’s industrial and manufacturing sectors are screaming for more people.
And it’s not just shift workers to man the machines and assembly lines and to stack goods onto trucks. The country’s IT sector, and companies engaged in hi-tech research are also desperate to sign up young talent. Unemployment continues to fall and wages in the country’s most sophisticated industries are beginning to run into the limits of growth, given the global nature of the demand. A lack of human resources could prove to stunt the country’s capacity for growth in this economic cycle.

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