Career change jobs for new developers – Nordics 2021

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Career change jobs for new developers – Nordics 2021

The last twelve months has been the most turbulent year we have seen in a while. Especially within tech. Nordic countries, like the rest of the world, have had to deal with the impact of COVID-19. Here, many tech solutions have been fast-tracked, as the situation has required people to be more flexible than ever before. The fast-tracking of technical solutions have put pressure on the tech industry to work faster than ever, resulting in an even more significant need for tech personnel in the Nordics. So let’s take a look at what the career change jobs there are for software developers in the Nordics. 

Remote working is the future

If one lesson stands out from dealing with Covid-19, it is the importance of having a flexible working environment. Many companies have seen the benefits of remote working. Remote work will become the new normal – even after the crisis is over. 

This creates a lot of opportunities because you are not restricted to geographics when finding potential work. In software development, the physical presence in the workspace is not essential. With the increasing demand for software developers in the Nordics, the job market will increase outside of the geographical borders. This is excellent news for career changers searching for jobs in programming. 

Digital solutions – career change jobs

Analysts already estimated that Denmark would be missing about 19,000 data scientists, software developers and programmers by 2030. In 2018, it was predicted that 60 thousand software engineers would be needed in Sweden by 2020. With the COVID-19 crisis, these numbers have most likely increased, as it has pushed companies to find new tech solutions. These reports, on the other hand, show a massive opportunity for people wanting to change careers into software development, as companies will intensify their recruitment in 2021. 

AI and IoT will change the market

Learning the skills that are in demand is essential. AI and IoT have already, to some extent, changed the game, and will continue to do so. Cloud services and back-end development are more needed than ever, with many businesses not being able to develop further, as they need the right developer skills. Companies in Denmark and Norway are far behind global development within AI and IoT and are expected to grow the area in 2021. This again presents a great opportunity if you learn the right skills. 

Where can I learn these skills? 

As it is hard to dive directly into machine learning, it is crucial to learn the basics first. Code Institute provides a full-stack development program that takes you from beginner to software developer within 12 months. In the program, you learn the basics first, before diving into Python and Javascript. This will help you get on the track to work on automation and machine learning.

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