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China invests in the education of chip experts

China is fighting a shortage of chip experts and is focusing on training a new generation of experts to avoid endangering the supply chain.

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China is increasing its efforts to train domestic semiconductor experts to make up for a shortage of skilled workers. This shortage has worsened as the U.S. has restricted China's access to advanced chip technology.


Enrollments in bachelor's and master's degree programs have increased over the past five years, and some graduates from other fields are attracted by the higher starting salaries in the semiconductor industry.


However, China still has an estimated shortage of 200,000 skilled workers in the industry, and there is a gap between Chinese and Taiwanese and U.S. schools in terms of practical experience in chip engineering.

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