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Study Shows Nearly 75% of U.S. Workers Report Use of Technology Now Critical to Their Careers Due to COVID-19


NAPERVILLE, Ill.–()–Nearly three out of four (73 percent) of employed respondents in a national survey conducted by DeVry University said the use of technology has become critical in their careers due to the COVID-19 crisis. And more than half (51 percent) said they need to learn new technology skills to either keep their job, get a promotion or find a new position at a different company.

Examining workforce sentiment during the global pandemic, the survey is part of a larger research initiative into career durability being conducted by DeVry. The latest findings reveal the critical importance employees see in mastering the “hard skills” of technology. Perhaps due to lower investment in employee training…



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