The Seattle Times reports on the Washington Roundtable’s new workforce study:
“It’s never been easy — and it may be getting harder — to find an unemployed computer-science major in Washington state.
“Just ask Steve Singh, the CEO of a company with 700 job openings worldwide — 300 of them in Washington.
“‘We have a standing discussion with University of Washington computer science — anybody you graduate, we’ll take,’ said Singh, CEO of Redmond-based Concur Technologies.”
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