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Published (click to see context) on 27/08/2021 by Morgan Bazalgette • 1 minute
The job problem of the IT sector is that the low offer of IT professionals make wages rise astronomically to be one of the best paid entry jobs in the world, but that basically no-one is willing to hire developers part time.
Luckily there is enough leverage that individuals can still find part time jobs without too much hassle. But I can't help but wonder about the fact that the sector could work effectively like the plane pilots' unions, and demand collectively and internationally for the maximum time to be 30 hours per week.
Although, with the amount of neoliberal culture native to so many IT professionals around the world, sadly I can only see this as a remote possibility.