Almost 61% of Estonians need basic digital skills to apply for new employment

60.6% of Estonians are required to have at least basic digital skills when starting an employment relationship, according to a survey conducted in cooperation with sociological research “SolidData”. This testifies to the fact that the development of digital skills is no longer just a narrow issue, but affects everyone at work and in everyday life.… Continue reading Almost 61% of Estonians need basic digital skills to apply for new employment

Graduate feedback from Margus

In order to understand which programming language is best for you or whether you like to test software or run an IT project instead, you should start with basic knowledge. Of course, it’s worth looking at the job market as well, and if you feel that you really like learning Python, for example, then of… Continue reading Graduate feedback from Margus