How the tech talent shortage requires creative thinking

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While American hiring is not back to normal yet, a recent report from the National Foundation for American Policy revealed that there are more than 1 million available job postings in the United States in technology-related fields—from system administrators to data scientists and security analysts.

Since the onset of the global pandemic, NFAP also found that the need for talent in computer-related fields has risen by 11% across 10 of 13 occupational categories, with postings for computer and information research scientists specifically increasing by as much as 21%.

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Mark Concannon is an entrepreneur and human capital specialist whose career has included advising the

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