Four years ago, Eurograduate reported on the number of car manufacturers moving manufacturing operations to countries such as the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and Poland. Lubomír Sedlák looks at how this expansion has affected graduate prospects in the region
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Lubomír Sedlák, based in Prague, is a regular contributor to Automotive World, CNBC European Business, Energy World and Flight International.
raduates in the Czech Republic, especially those who studied at a
technical college, should not have any problems finding a job in the country’s car making sector, according to the country’s Automotive Industry Association (SAP). A survey among SAP’s
members revealed that they are looking, above all, for designers, technologists and quality controllers as well as engineering and IT specialists. For employees who
graduated recently, the companies in SAP organise various training. “There