Surprisingly little is known about the people responsible for
advancing the science, technology, and application of computing
systems, despite their critical roles in the U.S. economy. As a
group, they can be referred to as "computing professionals." But
that label masks an unusually wide range of occupations. To add to
the confusion, the nature of these occupations is changing rapidly
in response to dramatic advances in technology.
Building from discussions at a workshop, this book explores the
number, composition, demand, and supply of computing professionals
in the United States. It identifies key issues and sources of data
and illuminates options for improving our understanding of these
important occupational groups.
National Academies Press
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