Russia’s attack on Ukraine affected the domestic economy. The aggressor country has disrupted international supply chains, shut down some enterprises, and stolen or blocked some cereals for export. But the IT industry continues to work and save both Ukraine and the world from the crisis.
Workers in the sector replenish the state treasury, paying taxes and having the opportunity to donate funds to the defenders of Ukraine. At the same time, programmers, web designers, analysts, and other professionals provide development services to Europe. The industry continues to work. Although you can see a certain decline. However, despite this, the Ukrainian IT industry managed to set a record. Before the war, specialists from Ukraine became more in demand than ever before. In February, the IT Association of Ukraine recorded the highest export of services and goods.
Last year, for three months of work, the Ukrainians offered their services for $1.44 billion. In 2022, export earnings were $2 billion.
People in Ukraine continue to create their products and develop. Now IT schools continue to teach children and adults remotely, filling the market with new professionals.
It should be recalled that all enterprises located in the non-occupied territories continue to work, taking into account security measures during the war.