NEW YORK, NY - Education is no longer a one time event. Rapidly evolving technology is changing the way companies operate, and employees are struggling to keep up.
"I don't think we're ever going to live in a world again where something you learned 10 years ago is still going to be as relevant", says Flatiron School Dean, Avi Flombaum.
Flatiron school is part of a growing sector of online and in-person technology education that aims to close the skills gap through short-term, tech-focused training.
The school's new approach to education could help workers crack the code and close skills gap.
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