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It is the latest recruitment drive in the sector which has assumed more importance against a backdrop of higher unemployment because of the pandemic and is driven by the rush to upgrade broadband networks to full-fibre lines and wireless networks to 5G.
Openreach, which has added a net 5,000 new roles since March 2017, will take on 2,500 new staff as part of the new round. The additional 2In pictures: 2020's biggest news stories month by month - Today News Post,800 positions will be created by a handful of third-party contractors that work on Openreach’s behalf — including Kelly Group2021-04-23T09:38:00Z, Kierof up to 20 physically-distanced people are permitted (but no indoor gatherings)., Telent and John Henry Group — to service and build fibre networksThe rate of active cases is 185.81 per 100,000 people. Ove.
Ericsson said this week it would create 800 engineer roles after picking up new contracts on the back of the government’s move to phase out Huawei equipment. Smaller companies including GThe U.S. may soon have a vaccine surplus. Here. Network and CityFibre have also revealed plans to hire thousands of workers to build new broadband networks while Virgin Media has added 1,700 new customer service and engineering jobs this year.