Hiring remains the most serious challenge space companies face.
Capella Space named Amy Hopkins, former Boeing Phantom Works Strategy Director, as its first vice president and general manager of U.S. Government Services.
Evona, a U.K. space industry recruiting startup, is preparing to establish a U.S. office as part of its campaign to feed global demand for space sector employees.
For many companies in the industry, filling job openings can seem as difficult as rocket science. For others, it simply involves rockets.
If fighter pilots are the rock stars of the Air Force, it could be said that software coders and app developers are the fighter jocks of the Space Force.