Attracting the Best: How the Military Competes for by James Hosek, Michael Mattock, C. Christine Fair, Jennifer
By James Hosek, Michael Mattock, C. Christine Fair, Jennifer Kavanagh, Jennifer Sharp
This document specializes in the standards affecting the provision of knowledge expertise team of workers to the energetic responsibility enlisted strength, and the findings aspect to the realization that the IT education possibilities provided by way of the millitary can assist safe the provision of IT team of workers over the lengthy haul.
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S. S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 14 Attracting the Best: How the Military Competes for Information Technology Personnel than a million new computer scientists and engineers, systems analysts, and computer programmers would be needed in the United States. Based on its research, the BLS predicted that the private-sector demand for IT workers would grow more rapidly than job growth overall and that IT workforce salaries would grow more rapidly than the national average as long as the shortage of IT workers persisted.
The option to telecommute and a flexible work schedule top the list of low-cost benefits. • The employers create diversity in culture and ideas. • To retain top IT workers, the best employers offer more than good jobs—they help build exciting careers. Although Computerworld’s suggestions are attractive at face value, they are observations based only on interviews and anecdotes. They are not accompanied by specifics on how to implement such changes and on the cost and benefit to the organization of doing so.
Wages rose more rapidly in the 1980s and early 1990s for workers with more education. Wages also became more disperse within a level of education, apparently as deeper knowledge and better judgment revealed on the job were rewarded. Looking more closely at the attitudes of the IT workforce itself, our literature analysis suggested that IT workers in the private sector want access to the latest hardware and software, regular training to keep their skills up to date, flexible schedules that allow them to balance professional life and private life, challenges that keep them motivated (such as a chance to work on hot projects), and the commitment of their employer to help them build an exciting career.