Computing and digital technologies like the Internet enhance traditional humanities studies, calling for tech skills like data analytics and game development in the emerging digital humanities field.
Liberal arts students can improve their job prospects by adding tech skills like computer programming, graphic design or data analysis, according to a recent Burning Glass Technologies report.
A recent Workopolis study outlines emerging careers that didn’t exist 10 years ago and most of them are tech-related. Tech innovation is creating hot new tech jobs in big data analytics, mobile apps development and more.
Career fairs like BTM TalentMash hosted by the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT) in partnership with Ryerson University introduce Business Technology Management students to employers that offer internship, co-op and entry-level employment opportunities that enhance students’ business and tech skills
Business Technology Management (BTM) programs are a mashup of hot business and tech skills in demand by all employers today. Free events like the BTM TalentMash provide opportunities to make meaningful connections that can lead you to a rewarding career.
I’ve just finished my first professional summer job as an intern at CareerMash. During my two months, I learned a lot more than I thought I would – not only a wealth of office soft skills, but also more personal, introspective-level skills.
At nearly 14%, youth unemployment in Canada is a serious issue. So why are employers struggling to hire tech skills for the digital economy where unemployment is less than 3%? Why the disconnect between youth needing careers and the hottest employment sector in the country?
Because tech is constantly changing, it’s hard to imagine what the hottest tech jobs will be in the next few years. Already, new tech innovation brings jobs to suit your every interest and passion. And, new research shows one thing for sure - tech jobs are in high demand.
What do some of the greatest achievements of the past century such as phones, TVs, computers and even iPods have in common? Engineers created them all.
Join the worldwide Mozilla Maker Party 2013, celebrating all the creative things we can make on the web. Grab your friends and come out to a local Webmaker event, host your own or join the movement by trying out Mozilla Webmaker tools like Popcorn Maker or Thimble.