Leading recruitment platform in Spain, InfoJobs, and the largest online community of programmers across the globe, Stack Overflow, have recently entered an exclusive partnership to help foster the growth of hiring software devs, programmers, and engineers.
The technological sector is becoming increasingly more important in Spain and across Europe, as demonstrated by recent InfoJobs data. In 2018 around 350,000 vacancies were posted on the platform seeking professionals to cover jobs in the Computer and Telecommunications sector, 10% up on the previous year. And this demand will continue to grow since, according to a survey carried out by InfoJobs on more than 1,000 companies, 47% of big companies say they expect to hire technological professionals in the next 24 months. But, contrary to the high demand, 62% of these professionals say that they are not actively looking to change jobs, although they are willing to listen to offers. That being said, identifying, enticing and hiring professionals of the technological field is a big challenge for companies.
Dominique Cerri, General Manager of InfoJobs, explains, “The value proposal of InfoJobs for companies is effectiveness; that is, that they find the talent required in the shortest possible time. This collaboration agreement with a leader such as Stack Overflow will enable us to be even more effective for those companies searching for profiles in the IT sector.”
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