By Irma Becerra-Fernandez, Joyce Elam, Susan Clemmons
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 53 No. 2, Pages 127-133
There is growing concern that a technologically educated workforce will not be available to meet the needs of the job market in information technology in the coming years, primarily because students are turning away from academic programs in computer-related disciplines. This lack of interest translates to a downward trend in the number of enrolled students and graduates for the foreseeable future.
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