A selection of the latest key reports and bulletins published by the Tech Partnership – providing a comprehensive view of the tech labour market, and current issues such as women in tech, and big data.
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Women in IT Scorecard (December 16)
This report provides a definitive, up-to-date, evidence-base of data and commentary on women in IT employment and education. It includes an overview of females’ engagement with IT from Early Years, Key Stage 1-3, Apprenticeships, Higher Education and the workplace.
My Tech Future: Girls and Technology (July 16)
This recent research looks into girls’ attitudes to technology, and the interventions that will make a difference to their career plans. The report, commissioned by the Tech Partnership and carried out by Childwise, was sponsored by BT, HPE and TCS. The research is being used to underpin a range of activities designed to promote digital careers to all young people, but particularly to girls.
Employment Bulletin (Sep 15)
The Employment Bulletin presents the key headlines from the Tech Partnership’s forecasting work with Experian. The Bulletin includes predicted figures for 2024, such as the numbers of IT specialists across the UK and by region, figures for the top ten predicted areas of employment growth, and more.
Employer Insights: Skills Survey (May 15)
The Tech Partnership surveyed over 1,500 businesses across a range of industries to provide an accurate understanding of where the barriers to recruitment lie, how skills gaps in the workforce are addressed, and how strategic technologies are changing businesses’ approach to tech.
Tech Insights: The Digital Economy (Mar 15)
The UK’s digital economy is booming – more people are working in tech jobs and the number of tech enterprises is increasing year on year. Find out more with this Tech Partnership’s analysis of the latest ONS data.
Big Data Analytics, 2013-2020 (Nov 14)
This report provides a detailed analysis of the demand for big data specialists in the UK, identifying the key skills and occupations currently sought by employers and the likely demand arising over the period based on existing data sources.