08 Dec 2016

Demand for Digital Skills in the US Labour Market

The IT Skills Pyramid

Miroslav Beblavy / Brian Fabo / Karolien Lenaerts

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This study assesses the information technology skill requirements in the 30 most frequently advertised occupations in the United States. On the basis of approximately two million job advertisements, the authors examine the IT skill requirements of each occupation, making the distinction between basic, intermediate and advanced IT skills.

Authors: Miroslav Beblavý is Senior Research Fellow at CEPS, Brian Fabo and Karolien Lenaerts are Researchers at CEPS.

No. of pages: 50

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