There’s a big difference between using a computer and being able to program one. And in the modern workplace, more and more jobs are demanding actual coding—actually writing instructions for the computer instead of doing preformatted tasks. Here are five careers where employers are asking for coding skills.
We've had a lot of interest in our liberal arts research following today's story in the Chronicle of Higher Education, and CEO Matthew Sigelman's oped for Inside Higher Ed. Our research has consistently shown that employers value the "soft skills" that a...
If you want a glimpse of the challenges facing the American workforce—and some of the potential solutions—Pittsburgh is a good place to start.
Employers prefer college graduates when hiring software developers—and if anything the preference is stronger in the tech industry.
Does a job on the help desk really require a bachelor’s degree?
Every employer wants workers with baseline or soft skills, but how difficult are they to find? Since soft skills are inevitably hard to define, one way of finding out if there is a skills gap is to look at how frequently a skill is requested in job postings. It may...
In the latest edition of our annual report on the cybersecurity job market, we found that surging demand was making these jobs hard to fill and giving qualified workers a significant salary premium over other IT jobs. Just as interesting, however, is where these...
American employers have realized the vital importance of cybersecurity and are hiring workers to catch up. However, as employers scramble to build their cybersecurity workforce, a worker shortage is emerging that may require long-term solutions, according to a new labor market analysis by Burning Glass Technologies.
The combination of programming skills with design, data analysis, and marketing may be the killer app for job hunters—but where should job seekers be looking?
“Blurring Lines” Report Outlines Growing Demand for Workers Who Can Combine Business, Tech Skill Sets
In a world defined by the computer and mobile screens that surround us, there’s hot demand for workers who can shape how people interact with technology. This is creating a new category of “hybrid jobs” that combine programming skills along with abilities in design, data analysis and marketing, according to a new report, “Blurring Lines: How Business and Technology Skills Are Merging to Create High Opportunity Hybrid Jobs.”
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