Fintech: the 10 hardest jobs to fill in

Fintech: the 10 hardest jobs to fill in

Fintech (technology applied in the financial sector) is a rapidly expanding market since at least a decade and was among the engine of british economic growth, and of London in particular, since 2009, like remembered recently  Chancellor Philip Hammond, Philip Hammond, since it is “adding more than £6.6 billion into the UK’s economy and attracting more than £500 million of investment” every year.

Fintech, a disruptive revolution

With such a high number, Fintech is a “disruptive” revolution which whilst is worrying thousand of workers in the financial sector all over the western world, including Italy where since 2009 over 27 thousand jobes were lost and more thousands will be cut this year and in the next, on the other hand is a market which has severly need of new engineers.

Il rischio Brexit incombe

According to UK Business Insider, which mentiones statistics by, one of the world biggest recruitment websites, there are 10 jobs that which have from 30% to 20% vacancies going unfilled after 60 days from pubblication and the oultook could get even worst (for companies) when Brexit will start, since British high-tech companies trying to attract the best people from around the world and it won’t be easy if new populist regulations will be adopted to restrict access of foreign workers. Fintech 10 hardest jobs to fill

10 hardest jobs to fill in

Below you can find the ten hardest jobs to fill in at the moment in the Fintech sector in UK, where you can earn a big salary, according to statistics (in brakes the vacancy rate 60 days after the pubblication of job offers).

  1. mechanical & engineering project manager (30,8%)
  2. digital project manager (28,3%)
  3. architectural technician (27%)
  4. pricing analyst (26%)
  5. sharepoint developer (25,4%)
  6. financial analyst (25,1%)
  7. financial reporting manager (24,6%)
  8. senior associate (24,5%)
  9. sofware engineer (23%)
  10. developer (21,8%)
A valuable working experience

Preconditions for all the positions above is of course fluency in English and a good prior experience in the role, which not always a young Italian worker has. My personal advice is, if you will be able, to go anyway to have a working experience abroad, if just ot understand how is absurd for you to  waste your time and talent waiting for working calls that don’t come.

Are you ready for Fintech?

After a few months or years you’ll be able to be back in Italy, since Fintech is rapidly growing even there, especially among startups, even if not with the UK numbers at the moment. But what do you think about? Please leave a comment and if you like share this article, you will help us to cover always better the items you prefer!

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