This is how companies are reacting to the shortage of IT specialists

This is how companies are reacting to the shortage of IT specialists
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Many IT professionals can set their own terms to employers.

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Hamburg Companies from all industries are making more and more efforts to hire IT professionals. Henning Soler, a partner at McKinsey, now sees the phenomenon of “advertised positions that never get filled” in nearly all of his clients. In a new study, the management consultant believes that the German economy will need an additional 780,000 IT specialists by 2026.

On the one hand, employers will have to accept steep pay increases. According to experts, a few years of professional experience in personal matters is enough for an annual salary of more than 100,000 euros.

On the other hand, many companies feel compelled to provide lucrative and therefore expensive offices despite the increase in remote working. More and more companies are also opening development centers abroad to be able to meet their personnel requirements. Smaller companies rely on service providers such as Workmotion to rent decently without having their own space.

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