Semiconductor companies report shortage of workers, driving chip woes until 2022


The ongoing semiconductor shortage shows no signs of easing if a new industry survey is any indication, with a majority of companies planning to extend silicon surpluses into the second half of 2022.

The report, produced by IPC International, revealed that of the companies surveyed, only 10% reported increasing inventories from their suppliers, and about four in five companies surveyed struggled to find the skilled labor they needed to improve production, and half of the respondents reported “extreme problems”.

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