Global job mobility, technological change, demographics, declining enrollments, and shifting business investment patterns have combined to create uncertainty in Canada’s information and communications technologies and services (ICTS) labour markets. Employers, employees, and future students wonder whether, and how, ICTS will be a growth industry. Meanwhile, the labour market is tightening, and employers are having trouble finding the people they need. ICTS will continue to be a leading industry for Canada, and a career option that offers better opportunities than ever. To capitalize on this opportunity, leading stakeholders must clearly articulate and market Canada’s “ICTS Jobs 2.0” as a new portfolio of opportunities for employees, students and educators.
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