The techUK podcast: Tech Trends - what next for tech jobs and investment in 2024?

In this episode, techUK is joined by Linklaters to discuss the outlook for the tech sector and what employment and investment trends are set to shape 2024.


2023 was a big year for tech. Rapid developments in AI technology brought the central role this technology will play in the future economy into sharp relief, and prompted governments, businesses and workers to think about what new technological innovations mean for the future of work.

But as we enter 2024, what next for tech jobs and investment?

Each year, Linklaters publishes its Tech Legal Outlook bringing together analysis and insights from their lawyers around the world to identify key themes and trends set to shape the upcoming year.

Listen to the brilliant discussion as Jake Wall, techUK's Policy Manager for Skills and Future of Work is joined by Sinead Casey, Employment Partner, Linklaters to discuss employment trends, and Derek Tong, Partner, Global Technology Sector Leader, Linklaters to look at the tech investment landscape.

Learn more about techUK’s Future of Work workstream here.

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Jake Wall

Jake Wall

Policy Manager, Skills and Future of Work, techUK

Jake has been the Policy Manager for Skills and Future of Work since May 2022, supporting techUK's work to empower the UK to skill, attract and retain the brightest global talent, and prepare for the digital transformations of the future workplace.

Previously, Jake was the Programme Assistant for Policy. He joined techUK in March 2019 and has also worked across the EU Exit, International Trade, and Cloud, Data Analytics and AI programmes.

He also holds an MA in International Relations from the University of Sussex, as well as a BA(Hons) in International Politics from Aberystwyth University. During his time at Aberystwyth University, he won the International Politics Dissertation Prize.

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