The US is experiencing a drought of tech talent at a time when demand is growing. This means that programmers have more options than ever when it comes to choosing where they want to live and work.
Advances in technology are transforming the Finance and Accounting field. A study conducted by the former Ernst & Young discovered that 58 percent of leaders in the Finance field spent much of their time and resources on finding new technologies that enhance process improvement.
A surprising 70 percent of IT pros surveyed in 2018 were happy with the work, and this was true for tech workers of all generations. However, the same people stated that they were not as happy with what they were being paid. In the survey, the majority of respondents (63 percent)
Java remains one of the top programming languages, especially when it comes to web-based applications utilizing client-server technology. Up to 9 million developers use this language that has its roots in C and C++ syntax. In addition, its streamlined low-level facilities make it easy to learn and use.
Sexy new programming languages like Go and Apex are increasingly popular. Yet, it's still legacy languages that employers are looking for. Java is one of the most sought-after programming languages and is used by most Fortune 500 companies for back-end systems as well as desktop apps. Job-posting numbers from Indeed show that Java has the most open jobs.