Tech companies plan hiring burst over next three years

Tech companies are planning a burst of hiring over the next three years, according to a survey of technology company chief executive officers that was conducted by KPMG. Workforces at technology companies are expected to increase by at least 6 percent, the poll of CEOs found. High-tech firms also intend to bolster automation and machine learning in an array of functions, the KPMG survey of 138 tech CEOs determined. Technology executives also intend to find ways to meld additional workers with improved automation. “Tech CEOs see the benefits of digital labor augmenting workforce capabilities,” said Gary Matuszak, global and U.S. chair of KPMG’s Technology, Media and Telecommunications practice. The increased automation and machine learning could enable new ways for tech companies to conduct business so they can add customer value, become more…


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