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Sector Information from LMI Future Trends on Engineering and the Sciences: Test yourself!

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1. Do 91% of engineering employers in Great Britain employ:

2. In the next 10 years total employment in engineering will decline. Choose the occupational groups that you think will be hardest hit:

  • Unlikely to be female
  • Often self-employed
  • In the future, fewer in number, but more highly qualified
  • Frequently employed part time

4. The largest science industry employment in the UK is concentrated in:

  • Working part time
  • Unlikely to be self-employed
  • Ageing and near retirement
  • Young and working full time

  • Graduates who can demonstrate good quality skills in chemistry, biology and maths
  • Good quality technicians
  • Factory operatives

  • IT
  • Mathematics and statistics
  • Discipline specific skills
  • Design and technology
  • Process engineering
  • Modern foreign languages
  • Biological and medical sciences
  • Chemical sciences
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