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The Tech Skills Gap: By the Numbers [Infographic]

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Employers can’t find new candidates with the tech skills that they need and 70% of executives say current employees lack the IT skills required for certain business projects.

In this infographic, find out the reasons behind the tech skills gap, how it affects businesses, and ways to close the tech skills gap – starting with you learning in-demand tech skills!

More information on taking your team to the next level: https://linuxacademy.com/team

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The Tech Skills Gap: By the Numbers [Infographic]

  1. 1. WAYS TO CLOSE THE SKILLS GAP The Tech Skills Gap: By the Numbers 17% From time spent searching for talent to lost revenue, the tech skills gap is affecting businesses across the nation, and it’s only expected to grow. More job openings than available workers in the market 70% Of executives say current employees lack tech/computer skills 11% Of business leaders say they are confident college grads will be prepared for the workplace 356,527 Job Openings (As of March 2018) TECH SKILLS GAP HOW DOES THE TECH SKILLS GAP AFFECT BUSINESSES? More than positions could go unfilled by 2020, costing the economy about a year 5 MILLION $160 BILLION 67% Of employers can’t find qualified candidates for their open positions 60% Of employers have vacancies for 12 weeks or longer 40% Of businesses are unable to take on additional work due to the skills gap REASONS BEHIND THE TECH SKILLS GAP signaling around the changing competency and credentialing requirements labor and talent market at a pace that cannot be matched in the academic world Rapidly changing Technology is moving Employer talent SOURCES: Linux Academy U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Education and Workforce Linux Academy is a leading provider of high-quality, hands-on online training for individuals and teams who are looking to develop their skills and get continuous training in the latest cloud and Linux technologies. No matter where you are in your career, train with Linux Academy and develop the in-demand skills businesses are looking for. to post-secondary education and training providers Improve access leadership role in education and workforce systems Expand the employer on-the-job opportunities for students Provide JOIN THE BEST ONLINE IT COMMUNITY AND START DEVELOPING YOUR CLOUD SKILLS TODAY. SIGN UP FREE LINUXACADEMY.COM | @LINUXACADEMYCOM

Employers can’t find new candidates with the tech skills that they need and 70% of executives say current employees lack the IT skills required for certain business projects. In this infographic, find out the reasons behind the tech skills gap, how it affects businesses, and ways to close the tech skills gap – starting with you learning in-demand tech skills! More information on taking your team to the next level: https://linuxacademy.com/team

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