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Teens and Tech: CompTIA Report Explores Views on Their Use of Technology, Career Options and the Future of Work

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Interestingly, students who are interested in tech identify specific occupation categories that align with current employer job postings, including positions in software and application development, emerging technologies and cybersecurity.

Just over half of teens (53%) expect to increase their connections to tech. Nine out of 10 connect to the Internet on their mobile phones, confirmation of their need to constantly connect to technology.

"Young people clearly have great interest and high comfort levels in their interactions with technology," said Colleen Crino, chief development officer for Creating IT Futures. "Developing these traits will help them as they progress from students to digital knowledge workers and technology professionals."

Misperceptions about working in tech persist among teens. This includes the feeling that a tech job requires good math and science skills; that the work is complicated and difficult; that you work alone on a computer; the work is boring; or is just for tech geeks.

 Teens and Tech: CompTIA Report Explores Views on Their Use of Technology, Career Options and the Future of Work

"Connecting students to more engaging and fun tech resources and curricula, in addition to adult mentors, are two actions that can have an immediate and powerful impact in shaping career decisions," said Tazneen Kasem, director of youth learning programs at CompTIA.

Just 45% of students report knowing someone personally who works in the tech field. Though an improvement over the previous CompTIA survey on the topic (36%), many young people miss obtaining first-hand knowledge of careers in tech. Another troubling indicator is that boys report receiving higher levels of encouragement to consider a tech career than girls. This encouragement gap is among the factors that contributes to lower rates of consideration for a career in technology among girls.

CompTIA's "Student Perspectives of Technology and Careers" study is based on a survey of 1,671 teenagers in Australia, Belgium, Canada, India, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and United States. The complete report is available at https://www.comptia.org/content/research/student-perspectives-of-technology-and-careers.

About CompTIA
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a leading voice and advocate for the $5 trillion global information technology ecosystem; and the estimated 75 million industry and tech professionals who design, implement, manage, and safeguard the technology that powers the world's economy. Through education, training, certifications, advocacy, philanthropy, and market research, CompTIA is the hub for unlocking the potential of the tech industry and its workforce. Visithttps://www.comptia.org/.

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