According to Stackoverflow’s survey, salary is the one thing most developers say they care about when evaluating a new job opportunity. For 62.7% of developers, salary is one of their priorities. Salaries vary by experience, industry, and… location. Very much by location actually.
Developers get annoyed by the same things that bug the rest of us: a bad office coffee, endless meetings or the computer being too slow to respond. But there are some issues quite unique to tech people. Here’s a list of seven things you want to get right if you are hiring techies.
Things have changed for recruiters: the access to information on candidates and candidates themselves are now available to employers. Employers can directly fish for candidates online through Linkedin, Google, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and other commercial platforms.
So why would you need a recruiter anymore? Taking into account the fact that YBorder thrives thanks to its network of professional tech headhunters, we offer you today 5 reasons why recruiters are still relevant and what makes a great recruiter in the digital age.
Sound like you don’t!
Recent studies show that a major chunk of the tech talent out there is self-taught.
Looks like it.
The latest data we collected from our platform shows a sharp decrease in the numbers of tech candidates expressing a desire to move to work in the UK specifically.
Last week, YBorder brought together thought-leaders of the UK Tech Community to discuss if London will stay a magnet for tech talent and what is next for its startup community. Here’s a short summary of the important key points that were addressed during the event.
In the wake of the news that the UK is leaving the EU, Yborder reaffirms it will continue its mission to help UK tech companies and startups attract and recruit European software and engineering talent.