Around the world, community, industry and academic leaders bemoan the “skills gap,” the divide between the profile of those seeking employment and the actual requirements of the marketplace. As jobs become more knowledge-intensive, training for the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) takes on new urgency…
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International study shows that cloud computing has a clear role in stimulating the economy and creating jobs.
AMD is reportedly on a cloud-driven hiring spree as it looks to firm up hardware and software offerings prime for the coming virtual shakeup.
The IT recovery is underway, but it left the jobs behind.
Some IT workers leaving field in wake of industry turmoil.
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