PPPPoll (November 01, 2008)

Pulp & Paper Canada
October 31, 2008
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Each month, Pulp & Paper Canada takes a poll on a timely issue concerning the pulp, paper and forestry industry. The results are published here.

Last month, PPC asked readers the following: Canada's pulp and paper industry presents an interesting paradox: While mills are scaling back and reducing workforces, Canada is facing arguably critical shortages of skilled labour. From your perspective, do you anticipate a future demand for mill maintenance technicians?

A) Yes, I think pulp and paper mill technicians will be in demand in the future in Canada.


B) No, I don't think there will be a future demand for mill technicians in pulp and paper in Canada.


C) I am uncertain.


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