Is there a skills shortage in IT? 39% of IT leaders say data analytics is still in demand

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

Sixty-five percent of IT leaders report that skills shortage is holding the industry back, according to the 2016 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey.

Here are the top 10 areas CIOs and technology leaders say suffer from skills shortage:

1. Big data, analytics: 36 percent of respondents

2. Project management: 34 percent of respondents

3. Business analysis: 29 percent of respondents

4. Development: 27 percent of respondents

5. Enterprise architecture: 27 percent of respondents

6. Technical architecture: 24 percent of respondents

7. Security and resilience: 23 percent of respondents

8. Change management: 27 percent of respondents

9. IT strategy: 22 percent of respondents

10. Mobile solutions: 24 percent of respondents

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