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A report by the African Development Bank notes that today, at least a quarter of the continent’s population has internet access, a nearly fifty-fold increase in internet usage since the turn of the millennium.
Mobile technologies alone have already generated 1.7 million jobs and contributed US$144 billion to the continent’s economy, or roughly 8.5 percent of GDP
Accelerating digitalization, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, robotics, and 3D printing – have obvious and important implications for education, employment, and the future of work

 
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  • Over the past decade, Nigeria has seen several companies cater to the development and growth of software engineers and tech talent in general
  • A report by the US Bureau of Labour Statistics revealed that the demand for software engineers is expected to grow by 22 per cent between 2020 and 2030
  • Technology Automation, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Data Science, Emerging Network Technologies and Mobile Application Development are among key areas of interest from the majority of employers 

Aspiring software engineers across Africa are now looking to Nigeria in search of technical skills development hubs to meet the growing demand for tech-savvy employees across the globe. 

A report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that the demand for software engineers is expected to grow by 22 per cent between 2020 and 2030. This is significantly higher than the four per cent average for other careers. 

With the growing demand