JLR hopes to convince students auto engineering can be fun, such as its advanced Computer Aided Virtual Environment facility.
Jaguar Land Rover launches a campaign to attract more young people into careers in vehicle engineering and technology after a survey finds only 19% of teenagers are considering the profession. The auto maker says its survey of 1,000 youths ages 13-16 reveals just 8% of girls would consider engineering as a career, compared with 29% of boys. JLR is promoting engineering and technology among young people to address shortages of future engineering talent within the U.K. Executive Director ...
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