Just read this passage and wonder at it:
Non-IT graduates think a job in IT would be “boring,” despite its good career prospects, according to the Career Development Organisation (CDO).
Read it again, I’ll wait.
Okay, got it? It opens with “Non-IT Graduates” as if to say someone who went through school to get their MBA or Masters in Psychology would be interested or even qualified to fill an IT position. I think the article is grasping for the why not IT in the first place kind of feeling, but instead comes to a screeching halt right up front with that first line. I read it as “people who were never interested in IT think that IT jobs are boring” and you know what, they should not get into IT if they feel that way.
I’m fairly certain that there are a number of people in IT these days who got into it for the money; and through sheer personality have excelled. Good for them. It’s kept down a few really smart people in the ranks because they don’t have the social skills to impress the uppers, but maybe those types will be weeded out and the more focused geeks will rise to prominence.
Time will tell I guess.