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Inspiring the Disruptors of Tomorrow

With the widening talent gap in technology, it will be increasingly difficult for businesses to find an employment standard.

In an article from Disruption Hub, author Laura Cox writes, “As enterprises inevitably enter the digital age, employment requirements are changing. Unfortunately, the workforce often seems to be playing a game of catch up. The tech talent gap is hardly breaking news, last year KPMG’s annual CIO survey found that 65 per cent of technology leaders faced difficulties when hiring employees with relevant skills”.

In the article, Cox discusses:

  • Ins’PI’ring students
  • Relevant ideas for real world problems
  • A communal effort

Cox continues, “Creating events and competitions for young people could be instrumental in encouraging talent and diversity in the technological community”. Is your business looking to address the talent gap in technology? How will this talent gap impact your future employees?

To read more, see the full article from Laura Cox in Disruption Hub.

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