Technology industry

IT recruitment activity in the Polish tech industry increases by 4.3% in May 2022

The Polish tech industry saw a 4.3% increase in IT hiring activity in May 2022 compared to the previous month, according to GlobalData’s Job Analytics database.

Overall industry hiring was down 3.74% in May 2022 compared to April 2022.

Of the total tech industry hiring activity, IT jobs claimed a 24.44% share in May 2022, registering a 3.32% increase from the average share of the last three months.

Top five job classifications in the Polish tech industry’s IT recruitment activity in May 2022

Out of the total number of job titles, the top five roles accounted for a 99.12% share of the Polish tech industry’s overall IT recruitment activity in May 2022.

1) Software and web developers, programmers and testers recorded a share of 77.35% in May 2022, registering a growth of 16.22% compared to the previous month.

2) Database and Network Administrators and Architects claimed a 7.96% share, a 50% increase from the previous month.

3) IT Support Specialists held a 6.73% share, recording an increase of 216.67% from April 2022.

4) Miscellaneous IT occupations captured a 3.89% share, up 46.67% from the previous month.

Top five tech companies in IT recruitment activity in Poland in May 2022

The top five companies, by number of jobs tracked by GlobalData, accounted for a combined average growth of 72.31% in share of the Polish tech industry’s overall IT recruitment activity in May 2022 compared to April 2022.

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson posted 94 IT jobs in May 2022 and grew 28.77% from the previous month, followed by Intel with 72 jobs and 800% growth. Atos with 21 IT jobs and Sumo Logic with 19 jobs, saw growth of 75% and growth of 216.67%, respectively, while Unit 4 saw a decline of 41.94% with 18 job offers. employment in May 2022.

Junior-level job openings dominate in May 2022

Junior level jobs held a share of 64.78%, up 28.87% from April 2022. Entry level positions with a share of 24.78%, saw an increase of 30, 84% compared to the previous month.

In third place were mid-level vacancies with a 10.44% share, down 1.67% from April 2022.