Sixty-seven percent of employers can’t find qualified candidates for their open positions. 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. I recently spoke with Josh Westfall, Senior Manager of Policy and Programs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Education and Workforce, to discuss the tech skills gap.
The Center for Education and Workforce (CEW) is a grant-funded nonprofit organization, that mobilizes the business community to be more engaged partners, challenge the status quo, and move education and workforce initiatives forward that will fuel economic success.
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