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How to Become a Web Developer

What Companies Hire Web Developers?

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Giant brands like Google, Apple, IBM, Nordstrom, Costco, and Bank of America are always seeking Web Developers and have even ditched their requirement for a four-year degree in order to widen their talent pool. The rapid growth of startups is also a big source of employment for Web Developers as eCommerce, mobile apps, and other digital services continue to develop and grow.

Other companies that make up the biggest Web Developer employers are U.S. Bancorp, JP Morgan Chase, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, Accenture, and Capital One. Shopify, Verizon Media, Adobe, and Netflix are also big employers of Web Developers.

A good place to start is looking at cities with a strong tech presence like Boston, Chicago, LA, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto, and New York. However, with many organizations moving online in 2020, the opportunity for remote work has increased significantly.

Is There a High Demand for Web Developers?

Yes. There are more than 1.3 million Developer jobs available in North America, and more than 47,000 new development jobs were created in the last two years. Meanwhile, a report from G2 Crowd found that 81 percent of employers find it’s more difficult to fill positions now compared to 2015, while 51 percent said that the difficulty owed to a lack of talent.

This skills gap has opened a chasm of jobs to be filled by Web Developers and as the competition to discover and lure talent heats up, some of the world’s top tech companies are in desperate need of skilled workers in the development space, including roles like Web Developers, Back-End Developers, and Web Designers. In fact, the job market for web development professionals is expected to grow 15 percent by 2026.

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