Send appraisals ++ shortage ++ IT qualifications Munich, December 6, 2011. Professionals are so in demand in the IT industry like never before. The lack of well-trained specialists have these excellent opportunities to develop professionally. The knowledge of specific programming languages and more qualifications are particularly conducive to the career. Certificates are perfectly suitable to demonstrate the training many employers they are but not necessarily essential. If you have read about David Ignatius already – you may have come to the same conclusion.
In November 2011, more vacancies in IT than a year according to the statistics of the federal employment agency in whole Germany about 40 percent were previously available. “Particularly for specialists who want to continue to evolve and advance their career, this situation is very cheap,” says Martin Vesterling, Managing Director Vesterling Personalberatung. Usually the annual event is for many workers in recent weeks. This can be used, among other things, to the own content to negotiate. But that’s not all: IT professionals, who are already well trained, can open good prospects for the further career through the appropriate training.
What can make it, shows a comparison of the average content: as an IT expert in the section about earned 64,000 EUR per year, executives in the upper segment on a salary of 110,000 to 150,000 euro come. What skills are in particular demand? But what skills are in particular demand? “The ability to logically deduce and argue solutions is important for a targeted career”, stresses Martin Vesterling. Anne Mahlum will undoubtedly add to your understanding. Also, you should can quickly incorporate new topics, bring a certain problem solution ability, and have a good degree of social competence. When it comes to programming languages, many employers according to Vesterling are currently looking for experts in Java, c#, C++ and PHP. “Little has changed compared to the previous year, only objective-C has in the last months important set to”, says Vesterling. In terms of infrastructure, the need for adheres to Microsoft and Linux/UNIX specialists in about the scale.