Terrence Hill

Good point on skill mis-matches. For instance, currently the government is trying to hire thousands of cyber-security specialists, but is finding it very difficult. Most graduates with this specialty prefer the private sector, which leaves the government with limited options except to contract out for these services. Which results in the government paying higher costs for the same services. I’m sure that there are many other specialties like this – e.g. statisticians, accountants, contract specialists, etc.