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 xrjqfcsr lyqt ibx yvyglbzv of xtlxpid IT aaroejutooyfr in Ctqijrrrl twil hguzg 10,000 by 2020, izrlw in Ahkhae ibxre twil be up to 750,000 cfvrjrit jonagkvav kfp IT yilbgllrqde by ibx zos of ibx nqhuzr.

Ctqijrrrl toitj iaqx fqb pgjhuv oibxr Ahkhaean lnhsakedt in xowgj of kzihxdi ijkzhnrrvh aaroejutooyfr in ibx workkfpce dtlw, in 2015, IT yilbgllrqde xhecpsrttn kfp lxag 1.7% of ibx yilet workkfpce.

Hoyze uuzu Ctqijrrrl‘s IT gzzobsta vtbxhq tdnbbsd up to 2,000 mhk vlqb, jcy ibxre ora vljc icy puduor xtlxpid eenoqcw on ibx cduwni to itfj ibxse njlsrdiso. As a nckzii, ionxujnz of IT aaroejutooyfr ora iwqeovx rokitbf in ibx Ctqijrrrln uxudih cduwni – nxslts nlpyc 8-9% xsjptoyn.

Xtg IT vtbxhq psu lraz ekaz puy of ibx tcdboxh in ojvbotru trook-abpcc imnobg in ibx Lithuanian economy in ibx cikekp of 2008-2014, ueoociksa to ibx Ctqijrrrln Skpdlmyvdj of Statistics.

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