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The situation of STEM talent in mining in Arizona and Nevada

The United States, specifically Arizona, is facing a shortage of skilled science and engineering graduates and technicians.

According to a recent study, there will be a shortage of over 1 million STEM professionals and technicians by 2023. This shortage will put a strain on companies in Arizona who are already struggling to find qualified candidates.

The current situation of the workforce in Arizona

A Chamber of Commerce in Arizona reports that the state is currently facing a shortage of over 20,000 STEM professionals and technicians. The number of STEM graduates in the state is not keeping up with the demand from employers. In 2023, there will be an estimated 4,858 STEM graduates in Arizona, compared to the 20,000 open positions from companies in the state.

The current situation of the workforce in the mining industry in Arizona and Nevada

The mining industry in Arizona and Nevada has been growing steadily for the past few years. However, the industry is facing a shortage of skilled workers, especially in STEM professions. This shortage is expected to continue in the next few years, as the number of retirements in the industry increases and the number of new graduates decreases.

The gap of STEM professionals and technicians in the mining industry in Arizona and Nevada

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were over 2,000 job openings in the mining industry in Arizona and Nevada in 2019. However, only about 1,000 new graduates entered the workforce in the same year. This gap is expected to grow in the next few years, as the number of retirements in the industry increases and the number of new graduates decreases.

The number of STEM professionals and technicians graduating in 2023 in mining in Arizona and Nevada, United States compared to the number of STEM professionals and technicians open positions from companies in the mining industry in Arizona and Nevada, United States

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be over 3,000 job openings in the mining industry in Arizona and Nevada in 2023. However, only about 1,500 new graduates will enter the workforce in the same year. This gap is expected to grow in the next few years, as the number of retirements in the industry increases and the number of new graduates decreases.

The importance of having a mining workforce in Arizona and Nevada

The mining industry is a vital part of the economy of Arizona and Nevada. It provides jobs for thousands of workers and contributes millions of dollars to the state’s economy. A shortage of skilled workers in the industry could have a negative impact on the economy of the two states.

The solution that Workforce in Motion offers

Workforce in Motion is a solution for companies in the mining industry who are facing a shortage of skilled workers. We offer a comprehensive solution that includes a robust database of Mexican workers ready to work in the United States within two months. We take care of all the visa process for the workers which makes it easy for the employer.

The benefits of using our services

There are many benefits of using our services, including:

A ready supply of skilled professionals and technicians: We have a ready supply of skilled workers who are available to start working in Arizona and Nevada within two months.

Team building: We build a team of STEM professionals and technicians according to the company’s needs.

Visa assistance: We take care of all the visa process for the workers and for the company.

Flexible: We offer a flexible solution that can be customized to meet the specific needs of the company.

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