Calling all techies

November 1997
Career World;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p2
Focuses on the number of job vacancies which exists in the high-technology fields in the United States, due to a shortage of skilled workers in information technology. Estimated number of jobs; Speculation that many teenagers can fill these job requirements; Reference made to a fifteen-year-old who refused to work for Compaq to start his own company.


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