White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends: IT, LS, FT, and AME

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White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends: IT, LS, FT, and AME

Below are in-depth reviews of white color/white coat workforce trends in the general employment space, the engineering space, the advanced manufacturing space, the information & technology industry (IT), the life sciences industry (LS), and the Fintech (FT) sector. Under each category, five workforce-related trends are provided.

WHITE COLOR/WHITE COAT WORKFORCE TRENDS: IT, LS, FT, AND AME

1. General Work White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends

Below are the general trends expected to shape the current and future of white color/white coat workforce, including the trends include those resulting from the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, to general trends affecting the white coat workforce for years. Below are more details, including statistical data (as available) for each trend.

2. White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends in Advanced Manufacturing

The rise of industry 4.0, the increasing demand for process optimization engineers, increasing demand for analytical skills, gains and losses in advanced manufacturing-related jobs, and the lack of sufficient programs in the U.S. offering technical training for advanced manufacturing are examples of white coat workforce trends in advanced manufacturing.

3. White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends in Engineering

A persistent shortage of engineering talent, fewer students taking stem careers, strong communication skills, a growing number of women in science and engineering professions, and American minorities in the science & engineering workforce are examples of white coat workforce trends in engineering.

4. White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends in Information Technology

Cloud-based computing employee management solutions, computer hired employees, virtual and augmented reality to accelerate employee training, workforce mobility, and the rise of data officers are examples of white coat workforce trends in information technology.

5. White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends in Life sciences

Building an engaged and productive workforce, hiring for highly skilled talent for value-add jobs, expanding job growth in life sciences, growing demand for specific life sciences occupations and increased outsourcing to drive operational efficiency are examples of white coat workforce trends in life sciences.

6. White Color/White Coat Workforce Trends in Fintech

Human resources management automation, new career opportunities, tech skills increasingly dominating financial services, the human element in financial services, and Fintech support for U.S. employees, are examples of white coat workforce trends in Fintech.

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Research Methodology

While the research uncovered numerous white color/white coat workforce trends in IT, LS, FT, engineering, and advanced manufacturing sectors, the reports explored did not seem to feature research focused on identifying trends regarding where the workforce in these industries are looking for jobs, including the type of company, geographic location, etc. Only general employment trends indicated that most employees are either opting for freelance jobs or starting their businesses. Overall, the trends provided above include those resulting from the effects of COVID-19 and those witnessed earlier before the corona virus outbreak.
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