In January 2021, there was a slight decline in activity among employers: at that time, 1,601 vacancies were opened on the site. Then their number began to grow rapidly: in February, the companies needed 2355 specialists, and in March - 2866.
In the future, the situation with vacancies was as follows:
April — 2936;
May — 3371;
June — 3681;
July — 3643;
August — 3771;
September — 3677.
For six months, the demand for specialists has remained at a consistently high level, and so far there are no prerequisites for reducing the activity of employers. Even tightening quarantine restrictions will not be a major blow, as a huge number of companies have switched to remote mode, and some do not even plan to return to the office after defeating the coronavirus.
Specializations that have the greatest and least demand among employers
Most companies are looking for a specialist in the category of "programming and development": 21% of IT vacancies relate to this segment. Significantly behind, the second position was occupied by engineers (8%). The top three are closed by the "support/helpdesk" category.
Five most popular specializations:
- analyst — 5%;
- project management — 4%;
- system administrator — 4%;
- testing — 4%.
Five least popular specializations:
- computer-aided design systems — 0.6%;
- multimedia — 0.5%;
- cellular, wireless technologies — 0.5%;
- art producer — 0.2%;
- producer — 0.2%.
3% of employers are ready to take a specialist from the category "entry level/little experience".
Today the average salary of specialists is $ 1893 (according to statistics from grc.ua). Over the past six months, this figure has hardly changed.
Average monthly salary:
April 2021 — $1907;
May — $1988;
June — $2003;
July — $1992;
August — $2051;
September — $1988.