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Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

  Expert deficit: Further increasing demand for IT specialists



          19.09.2017 12:20 UhrJürgen Kuri

              20 percent more jobs for IT professionals were written in the 12 months to August 2017 than in the same period a year before, analyzes the personal service provider Adecco – which should further fuel the discussion about professional deficit.
            IT specialists can not complain about a lack of job offers and selection on the labor market. Demand is growing, according to an analysis by Adecco's personal service provider, according to dpa: from September 2016 to August 2017, nearly 428,000 jobs were distributed to IT professionals, a good 20 percent more than a year earlier.

Skills shortage

The German economy is jeopardized by a number of experts, especially in science and technology professions. However, there are always different views on the issue of working conditions, training and immigration.

45 per cent of vacancies are aimed at developers. Sophisticated programming languages ​​are mainly Java, Javascript and C: they are found in more than 40,000 of the job advertisements. For Java developers, there were even more than 55,000 positions.
Developer wanted
The discussion about the professional deficit had intensified in recent weeks due to new figures. As early as August, studies of stackoverflow had described a situation similar to Adecco's figures: there are fewer IT experts and especially developers as suitable vacancies.
And the Prognos Research Institute had warned that by 2030 alone, the number of skilled workers, technicians, researchers and medical professionals could reach up to 3.0 million, and by 2040 to 3.3 million.
"Riesengroe" challenge
The federal government did not want to give an all-clear, but the situation looks a little more uncritical: "At the moment, there is still no nation-wide deficit of skilled workers," the "Progress Report on the Federal Government's Expertise Concept". Andrea Nahles, Federal Minister of Labor, said that it was a good thing to get the job done.
The challenge remains in this area, however, "huge". In order to enable prosperity and growth in Germany, the state must "support all employees in dealing with the changes and new requirements in the working world".
For jobs and job offers in the IT sector, see also the job market on heise online:




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