IT worker of the future

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IT worker of the future

Tech Trends 2015

Tackling the scarcity of technical talent likely means cultivating a new species of IT worker with habits, incentives and skills that are inherently different from today’s.

A new breed

Scarcity of technical talent is a significant concern across many industries, with some organisations facing talent gaps along multiple fronts. The legacy-skilled workforce is retiring, and organisations are scrambling for needed skills in the latest emerging, disruptive technologies. To tackle these challenges, companies will likely need to cultivate a new species—the IT worker of the future—with habits, incentives and skills that are inherently different from those in play today.

IT worker of the future - Tech Trends 2015

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