COVID increases demand for IT professionals

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While the demand for IT professionals has increased, the proliferation of home office work during the pandemic has also broken down existing barriers to working abroad, writes origo.hu.

With companies like Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter announcing the possibility of perpetual telecommuting, competition for labor has become global. As a result, the demand for IT professionals in Hungary has also jumped.

The wage demand of a senior developer who can use the most sought-after and widespread programming language is almost 15% higher today than it was the year before the coronavirus.

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