Schools and colleges might soon have an easier time recruiting and retaining high-tech help if the latest trend in IT jobs continues on its current trajectory.

Consider the case of Andrew Mo.

As an eager freshman in the fall of 2001, Mo's career path seemed preordained: First, he'd learn C++ and Java languages while earning a computer science degree at Stanford University, then he'd land a Silicon Valley technology job.

The 22-year-old Shanghai native graduated last month with a major in computer science and a...

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