“The technical resource crunch in Japan is hardly a new phenomenon. Right from the time Japan reached its first world status in the eventful 1980s, there has been a dramatic decline in the interest in science and technology in local youth. And in next 20 years, Japanese companies started looking out for talent outside the country borders; this trend further widened with a fall of about 10 percent in the number of students graduating in engineering and technology. Understanding that there is a challenge, and a hoard of solutions, it becomes crucial for Japanese companies to hire the right engineering services partner to help overcome the problem without adding to the burden,” says Srikanth Subba Rao, Manager – Technology Excellence Group, QuEST Global in a thought leadership article published by Japanese Engineering Magazine.
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