IT specialists in short supply
VILNIUS - Every year over 1,000 students finish information technology (IT) studies in Lithuania; however, this is not enough to meet current demand, reports ELTA.
According to Andrius Pleckaitis, innovation manager at INFOBALT, an association that unites Lithuanian IT companies, the shortage started after 2009, when several global corporations established centers in the country.
“After companies such as Barclays and Western Union started operating in Lithuania and local IT compan ...
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