Robotic Training Proves Valuable with Job Security


In times of economic instability, those who think forward are the ones who can build a future. If you’ve invested in your robotics career, there’s good news for you.

Looking to Build a Robot? Hiring Demand for Robotics Skills Grows 44 Percent

PRWEB.COM Newswire

During January 2012, Corporate Recruiters and Staffing Firms posted over 2,100 online job ads for robotics skills, according to WANTED Analytics™ , the leading source of real-time business intelligence for the talent marketplace. Hiring demand for this skill set has grown steadily over the past three years. This growth represents a 44% year-over-year growth compared to January 2011 and more than double the volume of online job ads in January 2010.

Common wisdom says to pursue industries that have permanence,  but we say do one better and pursue the industries of future permanence. Healthcare has already proven its sustainability — add to that the growth of the robotics industry, and the future of your career looks strong. What other opportunities do you see for career paths in robotics?
Read more at the Digital Journal.
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One Response to Robotic Training Proves Valuable with Job Security

  1. […] Robotic Training Proves Valuable with Job Security In times of economic instability, those who think forward are the ones who can build a future. If you’ve invested in your robotics career, there’s good news for you. Looking to Build a Robot? Hiring Demand for Robotics Skills Grows 44 Percent PRWEB.COM Newswire During January 2012, Corporate Recruiters and Staffing Firms posted over 2,100 […] […]

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