Here’s why you need to learn new software skills to succeed in today’s market

By Benedict Stewart on Dec 13, 2018 4:30:03 PM

The traditional thinking goes something like this: work hard at school, get a degree and then dine out on that degree for 40 years until you retire on a generous pension.
For better or worse, the sun is setting on those halcyon days. In its place is a rapidly evolving job market, driven by dizzily fast-paced technological change.
I’m not saying you should quit your job and buy a one-way ticket to Silicon Valley. And I’m not saying that tomorrow you will turn up to work to find a robot sitting in your chair (at least not yet).
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