Government responds to tech skills gap as employers name cybersecurity and coding top priorities

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In the wake of an autumn budget where Chancellor Phillip Hammond outlined significant investment in IT training, new research from job board CWJobs has revealed that 94% of tech employers believe there is an industry-wide skills shortage.

Posted inNews archiveon30 Nov 2017 Budget announcement heeds call of tech employers — 94% of whom say the industry is facing a skills shortage Cybersecurity and coding are some of the top priorities according to employers Over 80% of tech companies currently struggle to fill cybersecurity roles and 30% agree it’s due to an industry-wide skills gap

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