According to a Seen by Indeed study, over the past year on popular job search sites, the number of vacancies related to blockchain and cryptocurrencies has increased by 26%.
The last four years there has been a steady increase in demand for specialists in this field, with a total increase in the number of vacancies during this time by 1457%.
However, researchers note that, despite53% fewer people are looking for job demand from companies, jobs in this sector are now seeking than in 2018. Maximum enthusiasm was observed during the cryptocurrency period at the end of 2017, when Bitcoin price reached almost $ 20 thousand, and then gradually decreased.
The best employers in the blockchain industry forlast year, Deloitte, IBM, Accenture, Cisco, and Collins Aerospace have become. The most sought-after professions are software developers and architects, full stack and front-end developers.
Seen by Indeed analysts predict a further increase in the number of vacancies, even in the face of market instability and legal uncertainty of the cryptocurrency.
Universities began to actively struggle with a shortage of specialists in this field. According to a Coinbase study, 56% of the world's best universities have introduced courses related to cryptocurrency and blockchain.</p>