Bridging the IT Talent Gap

  • Source: The Economist
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Recruiting IT talent to insurance companies has never been easy—but today, demographic pressures make the task of IT staffing even harder, as IT professionals retire and fewer new graduates become available to fill the positions. IT outsourcing may not offer the help you seek. To make sure your company can survive and prosper, learn how to find ways to hire qualified IT staff, and keep the IT staff you already have.

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Creating a Blueprint for Analytics Talent: A Research Study on Talent Capabilities Needed to Be Highly Effective in Analytics Jobs

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