6 Reasons IT Professionals Are Leaving Higher Education
Quality IT staff have never been more important, but colleges and universities are losing them to the for-profit sector. A shortage of qualified tech professionals and an increase in available, high-salary job openings has quickly transitioned the market to an employee-driven one.
Unsurprisingly, retention and recruitment of IT staff has become an acute problem in higher education for the following reasons:
What Are The Consequences of Higher Ed’s IT Turnover Problem?
Consistent turnover puts hiring managers in the unenviable position of having to settle for less experienced talent and exacerbates the high costs of hiring. But most consequentially, it can spillover to affect the overall experience for students, faculty and staff.