Despite the supposed 'skills shortage,' IT graduates fare only slightly better than average in terms of employment, and a surprisingly large proportion find themselves in jobs where their degree isn't important.
TechnologyOne is in the midst of a transition to the cloud, so it's looking for graduates with the right skills to help it with the journey.
Studying IT at university may still be a decent career bet, judging by the findings of a long-term survey.
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