Some businesses look overseas for IT graduates

07/14/2008 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

Well-paying computer-science jobs are becoming far more abundant, but relatively few area students are taking advantage of relevant community-college or four-year training programs, say California educators. Some observers speculate that the 2000-01 technology bust may have soured potential IT workers on the industry, while others say computer-savvy teens are bypassing traditional degrees and getting on-the-job experience or online credentials.

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