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  • #869

    Sean
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  • #1186

    Pillai

    According to PwC FinTech director Jeremy Drane, the number one issue facing the blockchain industry today is a lack of talent, a declaration backed up by statements from the firm’s peers.

    “An experienced blockchain developer can command $220,000 a year”, said Jered Kenna, an entrepreneur.

    “And the demand is quickly increasing. Sometimes they get five job offers a day.” Kenna added.

    Globally, 7,000 to 8,000 people can develop for the blockchain with various levels of proficiency.

    • #1521

      cryptosonic
      Participant

      Problem is if someone is a good blockchain engineer, why would they work for a company for peanuts when they can start their own ICO company and make millions 🙂

  • #1187

    krishnan

    Depending upon technical competency and development it would be in the range of 40 dollars to few hundred dollars per hour. Some of my friends are getting 50 dollars/hour for a guy with 1 year of experience and 220 dollar for consultancy to guy with 3-4 years of blockchain experience.

    • #1522

      cryptosonic
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      I believe Blockchain engineers will be in high demand for years to come. Its a golden opportunity for anyone who wants to switch career.

  • #3928

    Akira
    Participant

    How is the blockchain job market nowadays.. Looks like an affair of universities only still..

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