UK tech sector turning to non-EU citizens to plug skills gap

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UK tech sector turning to non-EU citizens to plug skills gap
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UK tech sector turning to non-EU citizens to plug skills gap

Number of work permits issued to non-EU IT professionals has risen from 24,000 to 36,000 since 2012, according to Home Office data obtained by law firm

The number of non-EU IT professionals coming to the UK to fill skills shortages is up by a half since 2012, official data indicates. Some 36,015 non-EU IT professionals entered the UK last year, up...

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