Mashable recently examined the 10 biggest talent gaps in the tech sector, highlighting positions hirers have difficulty filling.
Many of these careers offer salaries exceeding six-figures, and all have favorable employment outlook opportunities. But high pay ties directly into the advanced skill sets necessary, which also explains talent gaps.
The value of in-depth tech knowledge in today's marketplace cannot be ...more
Virginia is a winning region for jobs in the IT and engineering fields, as examined in the CareerCast.com Best Jobs in Virginia 2013 report. But it’s not the only state with a wealth of opportunity for those with a technical expertise.
Some of the nation’s top states for IT job seekers are synonymous with the industry, but a few unexpected ...more
If you are looking for a career with abundant job opportunities and a lifetime of healthy earnings, look no further than the technology and engineering fields. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that more than seven million Americans are employed in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers. Yet demand continues to be very high among employers to hire more technical ...more
Technology is one of the fastest growing sectors of the U.S. economy. In fact, there’s a talent shortage in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields, which means that of the predicted 1.4 million STEM jobs that will be available by 2020, there will be a shortage of talent for about 1 million positions — or 70%.
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The engineers at the front end of any product or project tend to get the bulk of the kudos handed out at completion. But the ultimate safety and success of any given project is dependent on those who use and create the tools of for independent verification and validation. Young engineers and programming prodigies with an interest in the crucial ...more
Large corporations looking to outsource their information technology or software development services increasingly pass over India and the Philippines to find help in places like Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa. It's still outsourcing, but it's the opposite of “off-shoring.”
“It is probably the hottest concept that's going on in the sourcing industry,” Eurek said. “It's going to have high growth ...more