Can Greece build on the country’s two key competitive advantages, human resources and privileged position, and become a magnet for investment in technological development at an international level?
Taking into consideration estimates indicating that by 2020 we will have more than 800,000 vacant jobs in Europe in the field of new technologies and IT, a unique opportunity appears for Greece to create 500,000 new jobs over the next decade.
This is the conclusion of a research, initiated by the President of the Council of European Professional Informatics Associations (CEPIS) Mr. Byron Nicolaides and conducted with the support of the Athens University of Economics and Business, ALBA Graduate Business School at the American College of Greece and HePIS.
According to the study, the vacancies already exist and will increase significantly in the coming years in Europe for IT positions and wider digital skills (or e-skills, as often reported), and could be filled by new employees who reside in GREECE:
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