Tech employers claim Gen Z lack core technical skills

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Research by mthree has found that many businesses think graduates are not equipped with the right skills to thrive in the workplace directly after university, yet there still seems to be a preference for top universities and degrees in general when filling tech roles.

The report also found that there is also a hiring bias within the tech industry, which may end up ruling out workers with the correct skills but the wrong credentials.

“It is heartening that some businesses are already turning the tide and are widening their entry criteria to include alternative qualifications and other skills to improve diversity, and I hope this trend will continue over the years to come,” said Becs Roycroft, vice-president of global emerging talent and client operations at mthree.

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