SAP, Perl as well as .Net skills in short supply in the UK

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I blogged earlier this month about a shortage of .Net skills being reported in the UK. I had a lot of reaction from Indian suppliers, where there seems to be plenty of spare capacity.

Well the latest report from the same organisations, KPMG and REC has revealed futher shortages.

When I wrote about the shortage of .Net skills in the UK I had hundreds of emails and linkedIn messages from companies all over the world and in the UK. The skills are out there so why are people struggling to find them?

So how is India and other offshore locations, for SAP and Perl?

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