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The high-tech skills gap in Europe will reach 500,000 in 2025 with a strong polarisation of skills needed

The demand for high-tech skills is on a solid growth track. empirica is anticipating that the number of IT practitioners will grow from 8 million in...

empirica forecasts reveal that Europe needs to generate 50,000 new high-tech leaders per year or a total of 450,000 until 2025

High-tech savviness is increasingly required in leadership positions. People who combine business expertise, high-tech acumen and leadership skills...

Digitalization, Jobs, and Convergence in Europe: Strategies for Closing the Skills Gap

Brussels – The pace of technological change is arguably faster than ever before, but while new technologies are diffusing at a faster pace, the...

The European Commission e-Leadership Initiative – 3 Year Results

Brussels – One of the predecessors of the ‘Leadership Skills for the High-Tech Economy Agenda for Europe’ recently adopted by the European Commission...