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43% Of Blockchain Companies’ Job Openings Are for Full-Stack Engineers

43% Of Blockchain Companies’ Job Openings Are for Full-Stack Engineers

Last updated 30th Nov 2022
Disclosure
  • Blockchain has emerged as a promising technology for various industries and applications.
  • Full-stack engineers who can develop decentralized applications (DApps) and smart contracts are in high demand.

The demand for roles in blockchain technology is constantly growing. The sector offers a great opportunity for those with relevant skills to find new and interesting roles. According to BanklessTimes.com, 43% of job openings in blockchain are for full-stack engineers.

The role requires a deep understanding of blockchain technology's front-end and back-end aspects. Blockchain companies are looking for engineers with experience in Java, JavaScript, and Python. These are all popular programming languages that are widely used in the development of web-based applications.

The CEO of BanklessTimes, Jonathan Merry, commented on the data. He said,

There's a huge demand for full-stack blockchain engineers right now. This is because most projects are still in their early stages and need someone who can wear many hats and build the project from the ground up. This is a great opportunity for people with relevant skills to get involved in the industry and be part of something new and exciting.
BanklessTimes CEO, Jonathan Merry

Other Critical Roles in the Blockchain Market

It is difficult to establish a successful outfit without key players holding different positions. The following are some of the roles that are essential for any blockchain company.

Business developers

Business developers are responsible for generating new business opportunities. They identify and assess potential partnerships, markets, and customers.

Blockchain developers build and maintain decentralized applications and smart contracts. They must have a strong understanding of the underlying blockchain technology.

Data scientist

As one of the most in-demand fields, data scientists apply their abilities to analyze data and draw conclusions from it. They use their skills to develop models that can help identify trends and patterns. Data scientists play an important role in the blockchain industry since they can help assess the data collected by decentralized applications.

The current conditions and emerging trends in the blockchain industry make it an exciting time to consider a career in this field.

Elizabeth Kerr

Elizabeth Kerr

Elizabeth is a financial content specialist from Manchester. Her specialities include cryptocurrency, data analysis and financial regulation.