Those in the field don’t want to hear about a skills shortage

help-wanted-120.jpgMari-Len wrote a story in the latest CWC about labour issues affecting the IT market, but not in the usual way. Instead of just trotting out the same old facts and figures (which are always dire, for some reason), she tried to address the concerns raised by readers who get angry every time we publish articles about how many companies are looking for good IT people. We tend to get letters, for example, from people who say they have been looking for months, or that employers’ expectations are uninformed and unrealistic. Hopefully this balances out the various points of view.

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