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    is the amount each employee working in the tech industry contributes to the UK economy

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    of employers expect to increase or maintain the number of tech specialists they employ during 2015

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    of tech specialists are employed by companies in non-tech sectors

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    of companies anticipate hiring more junior-level tech specialists in 2015

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    Employment of tech specialists is growing over four times faster that other UK professions

Educators

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Know your options

There are many routes into a tech role. Whether you're still at school or college, or considering your options after 18, there are a variety of ways to get qualified for a career in tech. 

  • Earn while you learn - an apprenticeship is a job with training too. There are a wide range of options available, from software development to network engineering and specialist areas like digital marketing.

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    Apprenticeships

    Apprenticeships

  • "These degrees are like no other. With the mix of practical technology and business, combined with real employer involvement, it truly is the right recipe for graduate success. It provided me with the skills and confidence to jump straight into the world of work."

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    Tech Industry Gold Degrees

    Tech Industry Gold Degrees

    Stuart Chapman, IT Management for Business (ITMB) graduate

  • Can’t decide between a degree and an apprenticeship? A degree apprenticeship might be for you! Degree apprenticeships offer you the opportunity to learn on the job while you earn your Honours degree.

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    Degree Apprenticeships

    Degree Apprenticeships