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  • The job outlook for software developers and software engineers will grow 22% by 2029, substantially faster than the four percent average for all careers. Design Thinking
  • New AI-powered automation tools such as Codex for software developers will not eliminate jobs but simply be a welcome aid to augment programmer productivity. VentureBeat
  • The growth of Stripe's Dublin engineering hub will serve to further embed Ireland as a recognised global software leader, and the hundreds of new jobs being created will make a significant contribution to the national economy. Independent.ie
  • Software developer: A software developer has the highest rate of projected new jobs, and at a median salary of $101,790, it can be a secure career in the tech field. Boston Herald
  • The US Bureau of Labor and Statistics predicts that software developer jobs will grow 22% between 2019 and 2029 - much faster than the average rate of other professions. TechRepublic
  • Software developer job openings are expected to grow 22% over the next decade, while the average growth rate among all jobs is 4%. Fast Company
  • Software developers who hold professional accreditation will have a signifi cant advantage in the job market. New Zealand Government
  • The Dublin hub is one of six worldwide and will create jobs for data engineers, software developers, data analysts and technical experts. TechFinancials
  • More than 120 million people will need up-skilling or re-skilling in the next three years and that the average length of training needed to close skills gaps has increased from 3 days to 36 days in just five years' time. Forbes
  • The U.S. labor market will add 316,000 software developer jobs, which is a phenomenal 22% growth rate, or an average of about 31,000 new jobs each year. Communications of the ACM
  • The 3,000 jobs that Amazon plans to create in its Boston Tech Hub will include technology roles in software development, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, along with non-tech corporate roles in product management, HR, finance, and more. About Amazon
  • The investment in North Carolina's Research Triangle will reportedly create 3,000 new jobs in everything from software engineering to machine learning. Dice Insights
  • Apple has specifically called out a $1 billion investment in North Carolina, where it says a new campus and engineering hub will create at least 3,000 jobs in the areas of machine learning, artificial intelligence, software engineering and other cutting-edge fields. Light Reading
  • Apple intends to spend $1 billion building both the campus and an engineering hub, which will create over 3,000 new jobs in a number of cutting-edge fields including machine learning, artificial intelligence, and software engineering. PCMag UK
  • Software developers, a role that paid a median wage of $107,500 in 2019, will be among four occupations adding the most jobs in the next decade, growing by 316,000. Forbes
  • U.S. software-related jobs are growing at 6.5 percent annually - almost twice the rate of jobs in general - and that in Europe, there will be a high-tech skills gap of more than 500,000 unfilled positions by 2020. Strategy & Business
  • Accenture recently invested in a Job Buddy software that retrained 300,000 employees at risk of losing their jobs to automation. Business Insider
  • Over the coming years, a growth in software and IT related jobs can be expected. Business 2 Community
  • Employment of software engineers is expected to grow 21% by 2028, and last year US News & World Report ranked software developers as the #1 best job in the world. the-commons
  • A recent analysis predicts a jump in the number of jobs that will revolve specifically around technology, such as software development, cybersecurity, and data analysis, by 2025. eSchool News
  • Demand for 150 million new tech jobs in artificial intelligence, information technology, product management, software development, will rise in the next five years due to increased digitization in the global economy. The 360 Blog from Salesforce

Last updated: 24 October 2021


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