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Quenching the Skills Drought – MIS Magazine, April 2006

Quenching the Skills Drought

By Sarah Stokely

The changing nature of the local IT industry is making it increasingly difficult to find and keep skilled staff.

The people responsible for hiring information technology staff in your organisation will be keenly aware of the difficulty of finding the right person for the job.

If you’ve looked at graduate talent for entry-level positions, you know that there have been fewer students coming out of IT courses for the past several years.

And if you’re seeking senior or executive staff, you know that people with in-demand skill sets are able to job hop with relative ease and command higher salaries. » Continue reading “Quenching the Skills Drought – MIS Magazine, April 2006”

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