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EPAM systems create 400 new jobs

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Hungary-rooted EPAM, employing more than 11,000 people worldwide, is planning to hire 400 people in Hungary this year and is offering training programs.

Following last three year’s measures of hiring 600 people, the company is planning to create jobs for another 400 people this year.

EPAM has many training projects on offer; a junior program for fresh graduates, EPAM Academy for well-experienced professionals and courses of Java development.

In line with the plans, about 150 Hungarian professionals would start the course this year.

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