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Beyond Bootcamps: How Employers Can Help Nontraditional Learners Succeed (EdSurge)

"In the last six years the number of students graduating from coding bootcamps has reportedly increased 11-fold, to an estimated 23,043 in 2019. Encouragingly, some of these programs aim to bring more women, minorities, veterans and other underrepresented populations into the tech sector."—Source: EdSurge

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

To succeed in the workforce, students need skills that often aren't taught in coding bootcamps, like resilience and an understanding of growth mindset.