With a 2% unemployment rate, the tech industry is rethinking what job applicants need to get hired. Skills-based hiring is on the rise, and 59% of employers are considering eliminating college degree requirements — changes that could reshape the IT workforce.
Twenty startup companies from around the world are one step closer to winning the SHRMLabs 2nd Annual Better Workplaces Challenge Cup contest.
As cybersecurity threats grow, so does the opportunity to get a job to fight back against them.
“The more we get into technology the bigger it gets,” says Ida Byrd-Hill, founder of Automation Workz, an institute in Detroit that offers career training in the field.
Reposted from Cybercrime Magazine
In today’s episode, we will be talking with our good friend, Ida Byrd-Hill
On this week’s In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Ida Byrd-Hill founder and CEO…