Universia confirms an increase in job opportunities in the technology sector

Employment evolves with society, adapting to the circumstances and needs of the labour market, influenced by the arrival of new technologies and digitalisation. This evolution is also taking place in the educational field, where training is adapted to this transformation of professions. This is why the university system is constantly adapting in order to be able to respond to the growing and increasingly changing demand of the different business sectors.

The most sought-after profiles require training

Even with these data, companies continue to find it difficult to fill their vacancies due to the lack of qualified professionals in different areas of the technology sector. According to the report “X-ray of vacancies in the technology sector 2022” by the Spanish Association for Digitalization,The shortage of technology specialists in Spain reached 120,000 positionsespecially in software development, cybersecurity and systems.

Banco Santander’s commitment to education, employability and entrepreneurship

Banco Santander maintains a firm commitment to progress and inclusive and sustainable growth with a pioneering and consolidated commitment to education, employability and entrepreneurshipwhich it has been developing for more than 27 years and which distinguishes it from other financial institutions in the world. The bank has allocated more than 2.3 billion euros and has supported more than 1.5 million people and companies through agreements with more than 1,200 universities. The entity, through Universia, closed 2023 with More than 8,500 job offersmore than 21% higher than the previous year. Of all the job offers managed by this platform, the greatest opportunities were in the software industry and engineering.

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