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MANUFACTURING: Shortages, Bottlenecks Hitting Local Manufacturers Hard
In recent months, San Diego furniture manufacturer Gil Martin has seen his company’s container rate charges for inventory shipped from Vietnam increase nearly ten-fold – “from $2,600 to as much as $20,000 per container,” said the CEO of Martin Furniture.
CHIPS: Dutch Co. With Local Campus Forecasts Decade of Growth
Seeing fast and steady growth for its technology, ASML plans to grow its staff. With a San Diego workforce of approximately 1,500, the Dutch company that produces equipment for microchip foundries plans to grow its staff 10-15% in the coming year, adding approximately 140 employees in 2022.
San Diego Programs Range From Master’s Degrees to Certificates
There is work aplenty in the cybersecurity space, with more jobs than people to fill them. Many people pick up experience in the military or on the job. Would-be workers also expand their knowledge through college.
Demand Outpacing Historical Averages Despite COVID
Demand for office space in San Diego County is outpacing historical averages despite concerns over the emergence of COVID variants, according to the commercial real estate brokerage JLL.
TECHNOLOGY: In California, Tens of Thousands of Jobs Go Unfilled
Bad actors continue their assaults on the computer networks of corporations, governments and other enterprises, and the IT world is calling for reinforcements.
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Special Report: Biotech / Healthcare Technologies
Finalists Announced - Cybersecurity Stewardship Awards 2021
Supply Chain Chaos Forcing Businesses To Pivot, Stockpile Inventory
ASML to Boost Staff, Fine-Tune Tech
Nominate Today - Business Women of the Year Awards 2021
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