Companies are feeling the burn of a post-pandemic labor shortage across the country. While this is good news for workers, it’s not so great for employers looking to bolster their staff. Specifically, it’s not great for companies seeking qualified IT talent. We already know there’s an IT talent shortage, but now the question is: how can we bridge the IT skills gap to foster a sound and productive IT workforce in our post-pandemic society?
It’s no secret that jobs are becoming more automated and digitized all the time. There are self-checkout lines in every grocery store, we bank online, and we can order our food through an app without ever speaking to another human. But these aren’t the only jobs at risk. Studies show that factory workers, office and administrative personnel, transportation workers, and healthcare support roles are identified as being the most at risk.Read More