Dynamics of the labor market in IT: salaries and vacancies
Recent months have made their own adjustments to the labor market — some companies simply stopped hiring, others left the region. Many startups lost funding and stopped development. The number of vacancies in the market has decreased. But despite the crisis, experienced professionals are still in short supply. And what’s more, after the spring recession, the number of vacancies begins to grow.
The inevitability of remote work: short instruction for a company
Today, it is impossible to imagine any IT specialty without a remote work format. Covid-19 turned everything upside down: speaking of Avarn’s portfolio, the number of vacancies among our clients for remote workers was 2% of all hired candidates in 2019; 3% — in 2020, 74% — in 2021 (after Covid-19), and today this ratio is 81.3%.
Bi-directional choice: how to attract candidates in a competitive environment.
According to statistics, 42% of candidates reject some offers; choosing others, or even preferring to stay in their current position. The percentage of failures varies among different companies, but it is still disappointing, because your energy and time is wasted, and the result does not meet the expectations.
How to fill IT positions using Twitter
Twitter is one of the most popular social networks in the world. It is regularly established in the top10 of various publications, in 2021 it was the 9th most visited website globally and today Twitter’s monthly active users are consistently around 229 million. There are very many celebrities, politicians and companies on Twitter. You can easily find there Taylor Swift, Barack Obama or top tech talents like Elon Musk or Jack Dorsey for sure.
Motivation: what candidates really want
Hiring Market 2021: Wind of Change
2020 has become a year of fundamental change for lifestyle and the job market. Many businesses fell apart, and only flexible ones have stayed afloat. We saw some interesting trends that changed our working routine in 2020. They are still relevant in 2021.
Cheat Codes for Hiring Market 2021: Forecasts for Employers This Year
People were looking forward to the end of 2020 as some sort of a magical escape. The feeling of hope for a new reality starting January 1st was thick.
Expectations VS Reality: how COVID-19 changed the labor market
COVID-19 is the loudest topic all over the world, and it’s no surprise. No one expected the global pandemic to come in the XXI century — and bring the global crisis along. IT folks are required everywhere like never before: when the business is urgently moving online, IT is the sphere that provides this migration and helps build up new processes.
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