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A lack of girls studying computer science in schools is a national concern

Hafizah Osman | June 15, 2016
Report warns of girls in tech job shortage.

“Technology underpins innovation in our economy and the jobs of the future are requiring higher and higher levels of digital literacy.

“The opportunity here is for the new Digital Technologies Curriculum to be the circuit-breaker. Over the next five years, Australia will need an extra 100,000 digital technologies workers, so it is vital that women and girls attain the skills required to meet this demand,” she said.

 

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