International Tech Recruitment: How to Hire Successfully in Europe

Why hire developers from Europe?

  • According to Hackerrank, countries with the best developers in the world are China, Russia, Poland, Switzerland and Hungary. As you can see, 4 of them are located in Europe. This means that the old continent offers top quality and a variety of IT talents.
  • According to Payscale, the average hourly rate for a software developer in the US is 30 USD. In Europe, especially Eastern or Central, this price can be much cheaper while retaining the quality.
  • Cooperating with European IT specialists provides you with access to a number of technologies and a wide pool of qualified, well-educated IT talents.
  • According to EF, Europeans have high proficiency in English. Moreover, they are experienced in working with clients in remote locations.

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Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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