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Our report – Chemistry's contribution: workforce trends and economic impact – conducted by Cambridge Econometrics, provides evidence on the scale and skills of the UK’s chemistry-using workforce and its substantial direct and indirect contribution to the UK economy.
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The UK chemical sciences workforce is changing. Read the @RoySocChem report – Chemistry’s contribution: workforce trends and economic impact – for evidence on the scale and skills of our workforce and what it gives to the UK economy. #ChemistryWorkforce
UK Chemical science professionals are key to recovery, with £87billion contributed to GDP in 2019. Effective collaboration between government, professional and sector bodies is essential to supporting environmental and economic recovery #ChemistryWorkforce http://rsc.li/chemistry-workforce
The UK chemical sciences workforce is changing. With technology affecting the nature of work, greater emphasis is needed in policy on growing back greener and the challenges faced across the economy in a COVID-19 world #ChemistryWorkforce http://rsc.li/chemistry-workforce
Government must consider sector specifics in #secondwave #lockdown closures. Financial support is critical to research-intensive SMEs, to retain talent and ideas in the UK economy and support economic growth #ChemistryWorkforce http://rsc.li/chemistry-workforce