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With the IT market continuously growing in Lithuania, there is a constant demand for IT specialists. IT sector is dynamic and always changing, and the need for employees is mostly related to new projects or products and rapidly changing customers’ needs. There is no secret that IT specialists are among the most wanted employees in the Lithuanian labour market, a press release from TransUnion states.
Most wanted employees: there are still not enough future specialists studying in universities
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