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Border exemption sought for ‘critical’ IT worker shortage

Homegrown IT worker pipeline can’t support critical public, private sector tech growth, say execs.

Will Mace
Tue, 28 Sep 2021

An IT skills shortage is biting hard as the impacts of Covid-19 are felt on both the supply and demand side of the tech sector, causing prominent executives to ask the government for some visa leeway. 

As if the nation’s productivity and critical infrastructure wasn’t already highly

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Will Mace
Tue, 28 Sep 2021
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