Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Poll: With training budgets frozen, more IT workers pay for their own education

Poll: With training budgets frozen, more IT workers pay for their own education

Technology workers looking to get a leg up in their career by adding new skills to their resume are finding less support from their employers, prompting many to take matters into their own hands, survey data shows. According to a poll of 489 IT specialists conducted by Computerworld, skills advancement through continuing education is viewed as a critical factor, but thanks to stagnant training budgets, nearly two-thirds of tech workers have had to pay for training out of their own pockets.

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