Plugging the gap in ICT talent
It’s not news that there’s a severe shortage of skilled workers in the sector, but the government is working successfully with industry to train people who wish to move from other sectors
You won’t be surprised to read that there is still a skills gap in Ireland. It’s going to be there long into the future as new technologies emerge, but something is being done about it.
“Worldwide, about 55 per cent of companies acknowledge they have a talent gap. In the US it’s as high as 70 per cent. In Ireland and Britain it’s about 57 per cent so it needs serious...
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