What it Takes to be an Employable IT Graduate in the Philippines

I just can't paste the article I read from TESDA but here's their summary

* IT unemployment is basically a problem of supply-demand mismatch
* Educational and training institutions in the Philippines produced an oversupply of computer science / engineering graduates and technicians that could not be absorbed by the labor market
* Demands would be in the area of customer contact centers, medical and legal transcription, animation, architectural and engineering design services, accounting and financial services
* Close public-private sector partnership would be vital especially in policy/ direction retting, curriculum standards development, quality assurance and teachers/ trainors qualifications
* TESDA's Unified TVET Program Registration and Accreditation System (UTPRAS) must be strengthened for quality assurance