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.
Females consistently achieve higher grades than males in IT-related subjects, but they still just fill 17% of IT & Telecoms professional occupations. Find out about some of the issues behind gender inequality in IT with this latest report, Women in IT Scorecard 2015, a joint publication by The Tech Partnership and BCS.
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: Assessment of Demand for Labour and Skills (Nov 14)
An assessment of demand for labour and skills, 2013-2020 (November 2014) - 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.
Females consistently achieve higher grades than males in IT-related subjects, but they fill just 16% of IT & Telecoms professional occupations. Find out about some of the issues behind gender inequality in IT with the Women in IT Scorecard, a joint publication by e-skills UK, The Chartered Institute for IT, and BCS.
The Northern Ireland ICT Snapshot aims to identify and understand the requirements for ICT skills in Northern Ireland. This publication and the results from the survey will assist in advising on policy and activities on ICT, a priority skill area, ensuring that employers can attract and retain employees both now and in the future.
Big Data Analytics: Adoption and Employment Trends (Nov 13)
Adoption and employment trends, 2012-1017 (November 2013) report provides baseline/trend estimates for Big Data adoption and employment, extrapolated from the findings of a bespoke survey of over 1,000 UK employers undertaken earlier in the year (2013). In collaboration with SAS.