Tech Jobs: The drive is on to produce more Irish ICT graduates

New opportunities open up for those who can combine expertise in business and technology, writes Patricia Wroe.

11th November, 2012
Tech Jobs: The drive is on to produce more Irish ICT graduates
44 per cent of companies indicated they had returned to growth by the end of the first quarter of 2012. Photo: Thinkstock

There have been several stories this year of firms - multinational and indigenous - forced to look overseas because of the shortage of IT skills in Ireland.

Three interesting reports from last July deal with the problem: the annual review from the Fás expert group on the future skills needs of the Irish labour market, the organisation's national skills bulletin and Deloitte's chief information officer online survey across a range of Irish industries and organisations....

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