News headlines have been sounding the alarm bell regarding a dire shortage of workers in many industries. Chief among these is the technology industry. A 2018 Korn Ferry study predicted a tech talent deficit in the U.S. of more than 625,000 by 2030, representing $8.5 trillion in lost annual revenue.
The pandemic has no doubt accelerated the tech talent shortage crisis, as just about every industry had to quickly pivot to remote and virtual ways of doing business.
For example, pharmacies that used to rely on walk-in business now have online queuing for customers to pick up prescriptions and avoid crowds. And