Japan races to hire 270000 artificial intelligence engineers – Nikkei Asia

Nation has 4th largest number of IT workers but in wrong disciplines
TOKYO — Already behind other countries in nurturing the IT professionals indispensable to a digital transformation, Japan in 2030 is expected to have 270,000 artificial intelligence and Internet of Things jobs that it will be unable to fill.
With few graduates holding STEM degrees — those in science, technology, engineering and mathematics — Japan sees gloom in its future and the need to invest more in human resources.
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