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Organizations across all industries are planning for their technology workforce for the future stacked with data analysis, artificial intelligence, business analysis and other sought-after skills. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Lightcast, the tech workforce will grow twice as fast as the overall U.S. workforce over the next 10 years while the replacement rate for tech occupations will average about 6%, or 350,000 per year through 2034. Attracting and keeping skilled tech talent will continue to be competitive, which may challenge credit unions.

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