PwC's Aerospace manufacturing attractiveness rankings delves into some of the macro considerations around A&D experience, talent, cost, tax policy, infrastructure and economy.
The A&D sector is thriving as demand for air travel increases along with growing worldwide defense needs. But to fulfill customer expectations, the sector has to continue to innovate—and innovation requires digital acumen.
Despite high-profile promotions, the number of women in the industry remains the same as it was two decades ago.
An Aviation Week study shows A&D must better attract and retain talent.
Workforce concerns are mounting despite a high-profile job training and spending campaign by the Trump administration. A new study shows A&D must better attract and retain talent.
Companies are challenged to find people with the right skill sets to fill openings. Respondents to this year's survey represent more than 75% of the U.S. aerospace industry's workforce.
Some inroads are made in employee diversity in aerospace sectors, but more remains to be done.
To attract and retain top talent in light of tempting offers from disruptive innovation markets, aerospace companies are upping offers.
The state of the A&D workforce is better than you might think, but some elements are still too grounded in the past
Aerospace companies compare well in incentives and benefits with tech companies such as Google, Facebook and Apple, according to survey respondents.
New Spanish training law prompts Iberia to launch maintenance degree program in October
Iberia recruiting students for new aeromechanical maintenance degree program, after changes in laws for apprenticeships in Spain.