Statistics What the Statistics Say

A TECHNOLOGY TALENT SHORTAGE

students vs jobs

The US faces a severe talent shortage Coding jobs are growing almost twice as fast as all other jobs in this country

84% of parents believe learning to code is as important as math, ELA, science & history
60% of schools do not offer any coding

Over 98,200 K-12 schools in the United States serve more than 51M students

Amount of U.S. students not offered any coding classes that lead to industry certification
40 Million
Amount of U.S. students not offered any coding classes on their campus at all
21 Million

The deficient K-12 pipeline leads to an insufficient amount of qualified college graduates:

Open computer science jobs 2017
527,168
Computer Science degrees awarded
59,581

Average Salary

Manufacturing Jobs: $46,350

Computer Programming Jobs: $102,450