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Inside the Blockchain Coronavirus Hiring Spree

Through the first four months of 2020, the number of job postings for cryptocurrency and blockchain jobs have continued to increase on popular job platforms such as Indeed. With a newfound focus on remote hiring opportunities, companies are hiring for positions such as software engineer, software architect, senior software engineer, full stack developer, front end developer, developer, transformation manager, product manager, and operations engineer. Overall, this new hiring spree could present new opportunities for IT workers looking to change careers or transition to new roles in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Demand For Cybersecurity Jobs Declines But Still Outperforms Other Sectors

Employment and hiring in the tech sector has weathered the coronavirus pandemic much better than other areas of the economy, especially in areas such as cybersecurity. While job postings for cybersecurity-related jobs are down nearly 30 percent on a year-over-year basis, job postings elsewhere are on a much steeper decline, meaning that cybersecurity job postings account for a greater overall share of total jobs available

The Top Flourishing and Fading IT Careers

Top IT careers on the upswing include those that focus on product management, cybersecurity, analytics and data science. Over the long term, say recruiters and hiring managers, IT workers should attempt to align themselves with business and technology trends that can propel their careers forward. In order to do this, it is important to look beyond job titles that do not always describe what people actually do in the workplace. In order to have a productive conversation with a hiring manager, you first need to do some background research to find out what they really want and need.

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