Universities and colleges must adapt their courses to take account of rapid change in the markets, driven by both technology and global events
The number of young students taking IT subjects at GCSE has fallen 40 per cent since 2015, despite growing demand
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world more than any technology - but like any disruption, it's also brought opportunities
You don't need to know how to code to launch a career in data: an enquiring mind and drive to solve problems are enough to get started
Bev White, Chief Executive of Harvey Nash Group takes a look at the data emerging from the pandemic and asks how the demand for tech jobs will change because of the pandemic
The IT sector employed about 1.6 million people in Q4 2020, versus 1.5 million in Q4 2019
The popularity of tech-based higher education subjects is climbing sharply, with acceptances to AI courses rising 400 per cent in the last decade
Women make up just eight per cent of the cyber workforce in the UK
Every organisation needs its helpers but their efforts often go unrecognised, says ENSEK’s Sarah Smith
Stemettes co-founder Anne-Marie Imafidon speaks to three young women making their way in tech and engineering and helping others to follow in their footsteps
The combination of pent-up desire among employees for greater flexibility and intensifying competition for talent means talent mobility will become a critical priority for companies in 2021
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Employment in the tech sector, which helped the country keep working during lockdown, remained above 1.5 million
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