A Comprehensive Guide to Germany’s Developer Job Market [Infographic]
If you are looking for software developer jobs in Germany, you’re lucky. Germany is not only a great place to work, but we have also gathered some useful information for you, regarding the software developing job market.. IT jobs are here to stay and Germany has plenty of opportunities for developers. Whether you are more of an expert in Java or C/C++, companies are looking for you. In fact, you will find that 1 out of 10 jobs in Germany are for software developers/engineers.
Moreover, Berlin shows the highest rate of Ruby developer jobs. This can be explained perfectly with the city’s notorious and intense startup scene. Young and innovative enterprises particularly like to work with this programming language and therefore, it is no surprise that there are a lot of open positions in that field. Berlin is also the perfect place for you if you prefer a multicultural city with a pulsating night-life and community.
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The most important facts are displayed in the infographic below. If you’re into data or just looking for a specific number, then you can find the resources we have used for this research at the end of this post. If you’re into data or looking for a specific number, you can find the resources we have used for this research by the end of this post.
We hope this information will help you get a basic orientation for the German developer market and you should now have all you need to start applying for a position of your choice. We wish you good luck and all the best for your future career!
(The job market fluctuates a lot and a change in the demand for programming languages is expected on a short-medium term basis. This data for this study is based on information finalized on May 12th, 2019.)
Open developer jobs in Germany by major cities
Open developer jobs in Germany by federal states
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