29th Jan - 17th Feb 2017
One of the fundamental issues facing the developed world is their skill shortage as a result of regional mismatch, cyclical shifts, inadequate training levels and labour market restructuring. The United States has a range of skills that are being demanded by corporations as they fail to find suitable candidates from within the local talent pool to perform certain jobs. This opens up a wide array of opportunities for the international student and labour market. These skills in demand include Computer Systems Analysts, Web Developers, Computer Network Architects, Line Managers in Retail Sales Operations, Software Engineers, Accountants and Auditors, Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists, Human Resource and Training Specialists, Network and Computer Systems Administrators, Industrials and Mechanical Engineers, Sales Representative and (Wholesale & Manufacturing, Technical & Scientific) (Forbes, 2014).