Engineering Outlook for 2012

January 16, 2012 in

Automotive Engineers in demand for 2012!

Entering into the 2012 New Year we are finding the hiring market for Engineer’s is the most robust climate in years. The demand is higher than supply, as the technologies continue to advance in vehicle electronics.

Hybrid, Electric Vehicle, Data Storage and Energy saving solutions are areas of investment and growth. The Automotive manufacturers are developing and building the Smart Cars of the future and demanding that the expertise for these projects is provided by their supply base. We are seeing investment in R&D for the first time in many years.

This is an exciting time for us at On the Mark, as we are filling roles that truly offer exciting and long term career opportunities. Take the time and send us a note or email us your resume/CV, we hope to understand your ideal position and help you find it.

All the best in 2012!

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