World needs more technicians, sales reps--survey


* Survey: 34 pct of global employers see talent shortage * U.S. employers report spike in hard-to-fill jobs * Delays in filling jobs poses risk to companies: Manpower By Nick Zieminski NEW YORK, May 19 (Reuters) - More employers globally and in the United States are having trouble finding skilled technicians, sales representatives and engineers. A talent shortage that was muted during the recession is becoming more acute amid a labor market recovery, and raises questions over ...

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