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Welsh University warns of “IT Skills Shortage” by 2020

welsh_unisAccording to the European Union there will be 900,000 unfilled computing jobs across the EU in 2015, because of a lack of skills.

Research found 22% of people had never used the internet, and only 51% claimed to have medium or high-level internet skills.

But Glyndwr University in Wrexham say they’re hoping to change that, offering a number of places in computer science based degrees.

According to the European Commission, more than 90% of professional occupations require some computing competence, but the number of graduates in computer science is not keeping pace with this demand for skills.

As a result, many open vacancies for ICT practitioners cannot be filled, which is why we want to make more people aware of the issue and the fact we have places here available from this September at Glyndwr University.

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