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Survey: 56% of CIOs Report Skills Shortage

May 14 2012

A majority, 56 percent, of U.S. chief information officers indicated their organizations suffer from a technology skills shortage, according to a survey by information technology staffing firm Harvey Nash and TelecityGroup. In addition, 90 percent of CIOs expressed some level of concern about retaining talent.

CIOs said the most-needed skill for U.S. organizations is “enterprise architecture.”

The survey included 450 IT leaders in the U.S.

For the full survey with U.S. and global results, click here.


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