By corresponding to their responses to these separate questions the study was able to gain valuable insights in to firms' sensitivity of skills shortage
1) Plenary Session: Report of the ISPE Drug Shortages
Task Force on Emerging Strategies for Preventing and Mitigating Shortages
Chemotherapy drug shortages
present challenges for oncologists and their patients.
It is within the context of these definitions that we as a country must begin to develop appropriate strategies to deal with the shortage
and development of professional skills in Namibia.
When a shortage
of one drug develops, demand increases for alternate drugs, creating additional shortages
An official at a supermarket acknowledged shortage
of the commodity.
With the introduction of foreign labor, the labor shortage
rate gradually declined yearly to below 4% in 1994, then to below 3% in 2002 due to the island's weak economy, with the unemployment rate rising to over 5%.
However, only one-third of the respondents said outsourcing would be important in their future growth plans, primarily to remain competitive and to offset shortages
of qualified personnel.
Researchers sought to explain how the shortage
had lessened, especially in light of the fact that imaging work grows much more rapidly than the number of radiologists.
The reason there is a shortage
of OTR tires is they are all going to China to help them build their roads," says Jeff Erbig, Advance Tire Inc.
Anecdotal and survey evidence offer some possible causes of this shortage
and ways in which the accounting profession, state CPA societies, accounting professional organizations and universities can work together to remedy the problem.
All this focus on credentials obscures the genuine shortage
of an adequate number of truly qualified teachers: those who can help students realize their full potential.