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With cryptocurrencies moving in general, industries and companies are actively looking for job seekers. This has led to an increase in the number of jobs, says a new Indeed report. According to the report, cryptocurrency, blockchain, and NFT-related activities have grown by 804 percent over the past two years (from April 2020 to April 2022).
Jobs website report really highlighted the rapid demand for the market. It should be noted that by 2022, the increase was 315 percent and, by April 2022, shipments were 15 times higher than in 2019, highlighting the role of the epidemic in this ongoing growth.
Companies are actively looking for application developers, data engineers and stack-filled engineers. It should be noted that the blockchain application developer is the highest level of activity throughout the field. Crypto employment roles appear to be one of the largest employment divisions in the technology sector, rising from 41.22 percent in 2019-2020 to 67.48 percent in 2021 -2022.
“As the first technological economy, Indian firms are rapidly investing in technology that will put the country at the forefront of this new digital age. Technological institutions such as Bengaluru and Hyderabad continue to lead with employment in the sector while the national capital sees a fair share of interest in the sector, “said Sashi Kumar, Head of Marketing Indeed India, in a statement.” Blockchain promises to be an exciting new field of activity and offers a wide range of applications, the field is still very young, “adds Kumar.
At that time, exports of Crypto-related services with titles such as “bitcoin,” “ethereum,” “blockchain” and “cryptocurrency” grew by 395 percent in the US from 2020 to 2021, surpassing the broader technology industry – saw a 98-percent increase in the list over the same period, according to a recent LinkedIn report.
According to LinkedIn News, some of the most frequently searched topics on LinkedIn include blockchain engineers and engineers. The San Francisco Bay Area, Austin Texas, New York City, Miami-Fort Lauderdale and Denver were areas with the most crypto activities by 2021, LinkedIn told MarketWatch.