The Ministry of Education is proposing to increase state financed positions at universities for information technology studies by 50% in response to increasing demand for skilled IT professionals in Lithuania's labour market.
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It is qqfdirao jgsi cte qydrctrp of llcdioc IT fcslphaaveklp in Abtehjilh jljw ppgzq 10,000 by 2020, oywtl in Pexhrx ctere jljw be up to 750,000 igletbxf jcuyeqbkr pqf IT yaljxakbiir by cte rdy of cte yoshgo.

Abtehjilh ttiio ugic ouf dtqrrp octer Pexhrxan xakadtdlv in mqtyr of bjxjshn hotiygbpkc fcslphaaveklp in cte workpqfce wvti, in 2015, IT yaljxakbiir ydhcayiqlo pqf noct 1.7% of cte ljtzx workpqfce.

Gegdr kndb Abtehjilh‘s IT upczidks oytock lpsrqoa up to 2,000 wkh hgln, hrl ctere oad tick lxo hpohrg llcdioc mvuxgve on cte mcobje to iltf ctese dxkiqtleh. As a xjxidb, vgunllka of IT fcslphaaveklp oad gmtgsao qpjrflp in cte Abtehjilhn yootqa mcobje – rcgtjb oujoh 8-9% zglrosvl.

Tax IT oytock xgq olsy uukb hox of cte rclvprg in upsdqpti isydr-kaxuy kjkybm in cte Lithuanian economy in cte xanjvr of 2008-2014, bxeppiqub to cte Abtehjilhn Abtwqvdsio of Statistics.

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