Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Lack of candidates for e-jobs

According to Marc Simoncini (CEO Meetic, Winamax...) all actors of the neteconomy face a lack of well trained employees, "we have to recruit people from all over the world : Maghreb, Eastern Europe, India, Mongolia...". Mr Simoncini is one of the founders of a new internet jobs school (EEMI).

Meanwhile, another school, "Sup'Internet", has been created to train Web analysts, Web traffic managers, e-marketers, Web designers, e-business consultants. School fees will be between 5 000 and 9 000 EUR / year.

Martin Villelongue (communication-marketing manager for Michael Page) declares: "There are very few trainings dedicated to internet jobs. There is an important need for specialists in e-jobs".

Source : Les Echos (France)

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