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Spring 3-5-2015 Promoting ICT Careers Using a South African ICT Career Portal

@inproceedings{Metopolitan2015Spring3P,
  title={Spring 3-5-2015 Promoting ICT Careers Using a South African ICT Career Portal},
  author={Nelson Mandela Metopolitan},
  year={2015}
}
South Africa is experiencing an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) skills shortage and a limited number of scholars and students are pursuing ICT careers. The provision of a web-based ICT career information platform as an effective solution to the growing demand for skilled ICT employees is the focus of this study. The study is grounded in the network theory of social capital. The aim of the development of an ICT career portal was to provide ICT career information to scholars… 

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