These are all relevant IT recruitment questions which are often answered based on gut feeling.
The good news, we now have the data to answer them. We do so in our latest technical screening report.
Ladies and gentlemen, we proudly present the DevSkiller Global Technical Hiring & Skills Report 2019.
What’s in our technical screening report?
Our technical screening report is packed full of developer hiring information, technical skills data, and geographical insights. It is based on data gathered from testing 112,654 developers from 120+ countries within a 365-day time span.
A sneak peek into the key findings
To give you an idea of what you can find inside, here are three of our fifteen findings:
1. Java is the most popular language devs are tested in (37%).
2. 73% of candidates take the coding tests sent to them.
Across the whole system, 73% of tests sent to candidates are taken. Latvia, Armenia, Denmark, New Zeland, and the UK are the top five countries with the highest test completion rates. This means that despite all the bad rep technical screening and interview gets, a fair and objective system resembling real work to be done doesn’t impact the final outcome in a negative way.
3. The US, Poland, the UK are the top 3 drivers of international technical hiring.
Why do you need our technical screening report in your life?
In our technical screening report, there’s a grand total of 15 (yes, fifteen!) sections like the ones shown above.
Why do you need it?
- It’s packed full of data (15 sections with multiple data points illustrating each section)
- It’s highly relevant to technical recruitment
- It’s super up-to-date so it shows you current industry trends
- It’s interactive so you can choose how much you want to dig into the data
Where can I find it?
The report is available in full here: DevSkiller Global Technical Hiring & Skills Report 2019 The geography section has a number of interactive options so you can quickly and easily look at a given trend from a number of angles.
The report is also available in a form of a PDF (without the interactive features) which you can find on the original page.
There report is free to access and it’s not gated in any way. This means you don’t need to give us any data to access it (sharing is caring though, just saying).