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CAO: Skills shortage means more jobs in tech sector

While guidance counsellors will say that your choice of college course should be dictated by your interest in the subject, rather than the likelihood of a job at the end of it, at a time of massive

15th January, 2012
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There is a skills shortage in technology. Photo: Thinkstock

While guidance counsellors will say that your choice of college course should be dictated by your interest in the subject, rather than the likelihood of a job at the end of it, at a time of massive unemployment it is inevitable that some consideration will be given to how employable your qualification will make you.

Although many areas of the economy are suffering badly at present, the technology sector is bucking the trend.

In recent...

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