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The number of engineering jobs is rapidly increasing despite, or even due to, the effects of the global pandemic – and that trend is only likely to continue.

According to data gathered by LinkedIn, Coursera, and the World Economic Forum in the Future of Jobs Report 2020, by 2025 there will be 97 million new roles as a result of the changing division of labour between humans, machines, and algorithms.

Engineering companies in areas such healthcare, financial technology, renewable energy, and robotics are calling for the innovators of the future.

Traditional roles in civil engineering, telecoms, risk mitigation, and quantity surveying are always in demand too.

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Are you an engineering genius?

Wote Street People is an established recruitment agency based in Basing View, Hampshire, and we will help you get your next engineering job.

We recruit for engineering roles in sectors such as:

  • automotive
  • renewable energy
  • utilities
  • finTech
  • healthcare
  • security
  • construction

Our approach to matching you with the right job involves getting to know your personality, career aims, and the type of company you want to work for – not simply basing it on your skills alone. That way, you’re more likely to thrive in your new workplace.

Chat to us about Engineering jobs

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Need the best engineering candidates in Basingstoke?

Does your business need highly qualified engineers with values compatible with your company culture?

Wote Street People is a member of TEAM (the largest network of independent recruiters in the UK), which means we get know about all the top engineering talent.

We’ll consult with you and find your business the people with the skills and character to make every engineering project a success.

Talk to us about your requirements

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