Do You Believe in Magic? Why Millennials Show Little Interest in IT Careers

"There was a 60 percent decline during 2000-2004 in the number of freshmen planning to major in computer science," writes Terry Calhoun. "Bill Gates was recently quoted as saying that he was baffled by that declining enrollment especially since those same young people just love all of their technology toys. Microsoft, he says, can’t hire the workers that it needs."

Our columnist thinks he knows why the Millennial generation isn't interest in IT courses, majors or careers. Read more.

comments powered by Disqus

Campus Technology News

Sign up for our newsletter.

I agree to this site's Privacy Policy.