When examining the overall half-year totals for 2023, we can see a substantial 54.2% decrease when compared to the same period in 2022, where across all sectors, companies have been slowing down.
Despite the difficult economic climate, companies are still looking to hire exceptional software engineering talent and are prepared to pay a premium for those with the right background and knowledge of sought after programming languages. Nonetheless, 2023 is on track to have 55% less software engineering vacancies than last year, according to the latest Technology report by Robert Walters and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.
In the midst of the digital age, it’s no surprise that automation and technology are playing a huge role in everyday business. From machine learning to artificial intelligence, businesses are increasingly relying on technology to automate tasks and improve efficiency.