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National Research Council, Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel, Building a Workforce for the Information Economy (2001) (full-text).

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This book offers an in-depth look at IT workers — where they work and what they do — and the policy issues they inspire. It also illuminates numerous areas that have been questioned in political debates:

  • Where do people in IT jobs come from, and what kind of education and training matter most for them?
  • Are employers' and workers' experiences similar or different in various parts of the country?
  • How do citizens of other countries factor into the U.S. IT workforce?
  • What do we know about IT career paths, and what does that imply for IT workers as they age? And can we measure what matters?

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