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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the availability of jobs in Full-stack Development will rise from 135,000 to more than 853,000 by 2024. Full-stack developers are in demand more than ever, because of the rising need for digitization and software solutions across various enterprises.
The vacancies of Full-stack engineers are about 2% of the total IT job vacancies in the UK. Developed countries such as Canada, USA, and Germany that support development by investment in talent witness a similar trend.
A full-stack developer understands the end-to-end principles and can work on both front-end and back-end, although they do not always master all the subtleties as their highly specialized colleagues.Having a full-stack developer that possesses all layers of development knowledge and skills from front end to back end and all the data layers is a time saver.
Full-stack developers are highly needed across start-ups since they possess a varied skill-set and have the capability of independently working on a project, thereby helping reduce operation costs. Tech Giants like Intel, IBM, Microsoft and Google have partnered with universities like University of Columbia and Cornwell University to hire fresh full-stack developer. The universities, after seeing this trend have made changes to the computer science programs and inculcated courses and certifications to address the skill demand gap.
DRAUP’s systematic assessment found that
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