The world of work has changed tremendously. Even before the pandemic, coding, data science, cyber, and product design skills were in high demand as the tech sector continued to thrive.
Then COVID hit, and it became more difficult for companies to hang on to top talent. Many employees set their sights on a healthier work-life balance, more meaningful careers, flexible remote schedules, and better professional development opportunities.
On the flip side, employees who lost their jobs in sectors that were hard hit are more eager than ever to retrain in a way that fits their schedule, ambition, and budget.
From employers who want to provide professional development paths for their teams, to individuals looking to make a career change, the question remains: what should good technical training look like in our new pandemic world?