Tech industry's skills gap & bias towards top unis limits diversity

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ITBrief quotes mthree’s Diversity in Tech 2023 report, which finds many employers might be limiting the diversity and innovation of their tech team because they prefer candidates with degrees from prestigious universities.

Becs Roycroft for mthree says: "Strictly prioritising a pool of university graduates, or even narrower pools of top-educated graduates, means many who are not able to access university or face blockades when applying for Russell Group institutions are missing out on chances to start their tech careers. However, 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."

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