For some time I have tried to alert a variety of folks about the oncoming deluge of new careers in digital, some of which aren’t that new at all nowadays. I recall adding a comment to a Times Higher discussion on careers and valid degree pathways, mentioning a few new job roles that might not be familiar to others partaking… Read more →
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