To help tech talent leaders get a data-driven view of how companies are addressing their pressing talent issues, General Assembly joined forces with Wakefield Research to survey 1,000 HR professionals hiring for in-demand 2023 technology roles. The State of Tech Talent Acquisition 2023 confirms the volatile nature of tech talent shortages across multiple nations and companies and the lack of innovation that has been made in hiring practices to manage shifts in labor markets.

Survey respondents work in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Australia, Ireland, Sweden, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and France. Additionally, the study includes a set of recommendations for how businesses can take action to build more robust and diverse talent pipelines.

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  • A data-driven view into how talent leaders have been approaching the global tech talent shortage
  • Best practices to help you address critical talent needs as well as bridge long-standing equity gaps
  • Insights and advice from top enterprise leaders and DEI experts

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