E-skills, the Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology, are undertaking some research on behalf of No. 10 and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills which is being led by Lord Young. The research covers several areas of great importance to the software and technology sector, including the skills gaps employers are facing and how to reduce the number of computer science graduates who find it difficult to secure their first graduate job.
The Digital Skills Survey will provide combined input and influence government thinking and e-skills are seeking input from IT and software business owners from across the country.
To complete the short survey please visit www.e-skills.com/digital-skills-survey.
The survey shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to complete.