According to government research released in February this year, 4.4 per cent of the population worked in the gig economy in the previous 12 months, equating to a whopping 2.8 million people. Together...
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The geek stereotype belongs with floppy disks, dial up modems and overhead projectors in the dustbin of history.
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
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