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- Skills needs and shortages
- Recruitment processes
- Space sector diversity
- Space jobs and career paths
The Space Skills Alliance is a think-tank working to address the skills shortage in the space sector.
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The survey of more than 1500 people across industry, academia, government, military, and non-profit organisations benchmarks, for the first time, the salaries of people working in the UK space sector.
The survey of more than 1500 people across industry, academia, government, military, and non-profit organisations establishes, for the first time, the demographic make-up of the UK space sector.
Launching today to coincide with World Space Week, the 2020 Space Census is an activity conducted on behalf of the Space Growth Partnership which informs national policy and sector strategy, feeding directly into the Space Sector Council and UK Space Agency.
The best adverts came from public bodies like universities and the UK Space Agency. The top score was 91 for a position at the Met Office.
The Space Skills Alliance today released the first competencies taxonomy to be developed specifically for the space sector.
Almost half of early career space jobs require programming skills. This is according to new research by the Space Skills Alliance which looks at the demand for certain skills in space job adverts.
The Space Skills Alliance, a new think-tank working to address the skills shortage in the space sector launched today at the UK Space Conference at the International Convention Centre Wales.