What does Brexit mean for tech jobs? Firms worry about finding the best developer talent

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Just over half of CIOs are worried that they won’t be able to recruit staff with the right technical skills after the UK leaves the European Union (EU).

Three-quarters of the 100 CIOs surveyed by credit card company Barclaycard said they are already concerned about finding appropriate talent in a competitive market. And just over half were worried they won’t be able to recruit enough employees with the right technical skills after Britain leaves the EU.

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The tech industry has long warned that Brexit is having a negative impact on its ability to recruit and retain staff, particularly from Europe, and it seems that some

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