IT is currently one of the fastest growing career segments in Canada

As tech indefinitely grows, so do IT needs

2021-11-25 1:17:00 AM

IT is currently one of the fastest growing career segments in Canada

As tech indefinitely grows, so do IT needs

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AdvertisementThis advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.Article contentIt’s not surprising that IT is a field rich with opportunities to gain employment and to grow fast over time. Tech is everywhere, and its presence in Canada is growing at an unprecedented speed. According to this piece from

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