Currently, there is a shortage of approximately 24,000 IT specialists in the Austrian labor market. This has led to a search for programmers and system administrators at one of the largest technology conferences in the world, where specialists from 153 countries gather. In addition to recruiting skilled workers at this event, Austrian companies will also come together with IT talent from around the world at the upcoming IT Job Days. Over 700 skilled workers have already registered for this event, according to the WKO.
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In terms of attracting skilled workers, Austria has set aside 3.2 percent of its GDP for research quota and takes into account its high share of industry in domestic economic output along with its high social standards, affordable housing, 13 public holidays, and drinkable tap water. For this year’s Chamber of Commerce focus on recruitment, six countries including Albania, Brazil and Indonesia have been identified as key markets for skilled workers.