Published on May 25th, 2017 | by bitcoin0
Academics having a hard time trying to keep up with Blockchain changes as discussed at Consensus 2017 conference
Among their concerns was how the extra work involved in keeping up with the rapid pace of the blockchain industry was discouraging some professors from wanting to teach in the space.
In blockchain, though, that kind of advanced prep work is nearly impossible.
According to MIT’s Nerula, there just are not enough trained people in the workforce to fulfill the demands for blockchain jobs.
“Startups and companies are looking for students with blockchain experience, and they are not finding them.”
Otherwise, she said, companies in the blockchain space will not have a workforce.