Those looking for a job in the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector have reasons to be positive, says the job search company actually.

The number of job ads in bitcoins, blockchain and crypto-associated per million on the popular SEO site has increased by 26% between 2018 and 2019, following a four-year trend of 1,457% growth. of the sector, according to a by effect "study published Thursday.

In contrast, sector-specific job searches fell by 53% over the same period, following a longer downward trend, the company said. The enthusiasm of job seekers peaked at the end of the crypto bull market at the end of 2017, when the price of bitcoin reached an all-time high of about $ 20,000, but has been steadily decreasing since then.

To go into more detail, employers posted the five most popular jobs this year in the sector. The most common areas are software engineering, software architect, full stack developer and front end developer.

Deloitte, IBM, Accenture, Cisco and Collins Aerospace are the top five employers on the list. Big Four, Ernst & Young, joins Deloitte in the top 10.

Coinbase (7th place), (8th) – which has subsidiaries like blockchain accelerator Medici Ventures and a platform of security chips tZERO – Ripple (9th), Circle (11th), Kraken (12th) and ConsenSys (13th)) are all listed. Banks JPMorgan Chase, which develops its own databank, and a user-friendly Signature Bank for cryptographic companies on June 14th and 15th.

Curiously, telecommunications giant Verizon ranks in 10th place, according to the only mobile phone company to rank. While the company made blockchain investments and applied for a patent related to technology. he made no major announcement in space.

Indeed, he estimates that the number of jobs proposed should continue to evolve until 2020, "even in the face of extreme price volatility and regulatory uncertainty in cryptocurrency."

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