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Zwart Talent Foundation Launches to Train Young Africans in Relevant ICT Skills to Enable Them Compete in the Global IT Marketplace

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Lagos, Nigeria, August 05, 2021 –(PR.com)– Zwart Talent Foundation, a nonprofit organisation that bridges the growing tech talent gap, has launched to train young Africans in relevant Information Technology skills to enable them to participate in the global workforce.

Technology jobs in the United States outnumbered qualified workers by about 3 million as of 2016, according to a report by Randstad NV, a Netherlands-based human resources consulting firm.

By 2030, there will be a global shortage of more than 85 million tech workers, representing $8.5 trillion in lost annual revenue, according to Korn Ferry.

The Korn Ferry report projected that among the economies expected to be hit hardest are Brazil, Indonesia and Japan, which could face shortages of up to 18 million workers. The United States and Russia are expected to be short of 6 million workers each, while China could face a deficit of 12 million. There is a serious shortage of…

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