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Latest industry age statistics don’t tell the whole story

The average age of a print industry worker has fallen, according to new data sourced by the BPIF. Previously estimated at 48, the organisation has analysed the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics – obtained via a Freedom of Information request as the data is not generally published – and revealed that the average has now dropped to around 43.

Is the digital skills gap holding print back?

Earlier this month the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) released its latest research into the UK’s Digital Economy, which highlighted the need for more digital and data skills among SMEs in the services and manufacturing sectors.

How can print ensure the next generation is well trained?

All industries need to maintain a steady flow of new entrants, progressing through training to more skilled positions. But it can be hard to ensure, and particularly so when the ability to attract top-quality trainees is stymied by an unfair negative portrayal of said industry.

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