Hungarian IT company offering 300 jobs

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IT Services Hungary (ITSH) currently has 300 job openings, mostly for people skilled in the English and German languages, company Executive Director Péter Ilosvai told business daily Világgazdaság.

Ilosvai said "IT knowledge can be acquired later, so they often fill their jobs with economists or lawyers who have had no technical education but can speak other languages."

ITSH is a subsidiary of T-Systems International. It employs 2,500 people. ITSH closed 2010 with revenue of HUF 25.995 billion and after-tax profit of HUF 2.26 billion, compared to 20.06 billion revenue and HUF 158m after-tax profit in 2009.

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