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July 30, 2015
By Katherine Kozelski

As the feedback from our 2015 IT Skills Gap research continues to filter in via social media, it has become apparent that the lack of communication between IT leaders and IT professionals is a major reason the skills gap exists. The majority (87 percent) of IT leaders say they offer technical training, but surprisingly, only 2 out of every 5 IT professionals say their company does not offer this type of training.

So how can we help bridge the tech skills gap?

TEKsystems consultants have access to over 3,000 free, online training courses to help expand their IT and business knowledge. Our Virtual Support Community (VSC) offers a wide range of courses, including software development, Web design, network technology, project management and business skills for IT professionals. View the entire list of courses here.

So how can you get access to free training? Become a TEKsystems IT consultant! Browse thousands of IT job opportunities online or reach out to a recruiter in your area who can guide you through the job search process.

TEKsystems Consultant Placement ProcessSM

With more than 30 years of IT consulting experience, we have the relationships, resources and expertise to help grow your IT career. We are consistently able to provide you with the best IT job opportunities on a contract, contract-to-hire or direct placement basis through our Consultant Placement Process. Through this proprietary process, our priority is to forge a personalized, long-term relationship with you that is built on mutual understanding, respect and trust. Rest assured that working with us is completely free and we can keep your resume completely confidential.

Katherine Kozelski is the social media coordinator for TEKsystems. She enjoys keeping on the pulse of all things technology, social media and pop culture via her No. 1 news source: Twitter. In her free time Katherine loves to cook, travel and play with her black lab, Remy.

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