Tech skills shortages are increasing every year, and large corporates are worst affected - Harvey Nash

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The IT skills gap grows every year, warns recruiter Harvey Nash
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The IT skills gap grows every year, warns recruiter Harvey Nash

Every year, the IT skills shortage worsens, warns Harvey Nash Group CEO Albert Ellis, with the fields of big data, security and AI most acutely affected

Every year when the results of theHarvey Nash/KPMG CIO Surveycome back, we think the skills shortage problem can't possibly have got any worse. But every year, it has. In fact, skills shortages are now...

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