Autonomous and unmanned ships may be in development but for the next 30 years, the maritime industry will still need seafarers to manage and maintain its vessels.
It’s been well known in the crewing segment of the shipping sector that the industry needs to prepare for a huge seafarer and skills shortage. One of the challenges, however, is attracting new people into the industry, and recruitment cannot be at random, which is why in this month’s Pushing the Envelope, we are discussing:
- Attracting young people to the maritime industry
- Women in maritime
- Unmanned ships, which will inevitably change seafarers’ lives
- And new skills the maritime industry needs on board and on shore.
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