Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 19 August 2014
While the latest GCE A-Level results suggest that more people than ever will go on to study science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) courses at university, the IT industry is failing to attract enough new talent. An ageing workforce means there is a "demographic time bomb in IT". But there is growing interest in alternatives to university education, both from an employer and student perspective. Access >>>
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