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Today’s business has workforce challenges that demand a smart, affordable, and responsive resource model. Talent 101’s adaptable resource models for staffing services are not generic to any industry but unique to engineering and Information Technology solutions for the Semiconductor, Electronics, Telecom, and Defense industries. 

Talent 101 delivers resources in areas such as:

  • Engineering - Electric and Mechanical
  • Embedded Development
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Project Management (PM)
  • Product Marketing Development
  • Cyber Security
  • Testing

Talent 101 takes a partnership approach to your staffing needs

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Top talent that's ready when you are

We live in an on-demand world. Every day, we have access to an abundance of products and services at our fingertips. You have apps to order food, report updates, and procure supplies in an instant. What if you could get this same convenient access to top talent?

We've increased the flow of talent by implementing the CIRCUIT.

With a thorough selection, interviewing, and quality checks process, we’ve combined a catalog of skills to build a resource pool focused on the semiconductor, electronics, telecom, and defense industries. We stay in active contact with qualified candidates, including passive talent that won’t show up in other sources. This resource pool called the CIRCUIT offers you, qualified ready-to-go candidates.

Quick and decisive hiring—filling roles with greater speed, more accuracy, and less effort—should be a non-negotiable standard to any hiring manager.

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Automakers test-drive new strategies to keep their engines running during chip shortage

Early in the pandemic, the automotive industry slowed production due to lower demand for new vehicles. But once they were ready to ramp back up, the manufacturers were surprised to find a semiconductor chip shortage was derailing their production capabilities and threatening to prolong their recovery cycle.


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How will the U.S. overcome the semiconductor skilled labor shortage?

Job postings for electrical engineers in the U.S. semiconductor industry grew 78% from 2020 to 2021 — more than three times faster than growth for electrical engineers overall. What’s more, the U.S. semiconductor industry will need between 70,000 and 90,000 new workers by 2025 to meet the most critical workforce needs, reported Eightfold.ai

There are many strategies being aimed at helping the industry overcome today’s unrelenting labor crisis. But will any of them work?


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Why the U.S. needs to focus on growing domestic semiconductor production

By now, the world is fully aware of the impact of the semiconductor chip shortage — the industry, businesses, and the economy have taken enormous hits. But there is another looming concern that industry leaders say threatens the U.S. semiconductor industry — national security. 

The problem, as many see it, is that the U.S. has become too dependent on chip manufacturing in Asia. Both the recent war in Ukraine and long-brewing tensions between countries in close proximity to China are making national security an increasingly urgent issue.


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