2013 boom year for Israeli high-tech
In the first half of the year, there was a 52% rise in demand for mobile and web developers, and salaries are up as well.
2013 was a positive year for Israeli high-tech and biotech, in almost every respect: total investments rose, salaries rose, and there were some impressive exits. According to human resources and research companyEthosia, the mobile sector is still guiding the industry, and despite some worrisome signs, there is still room for much optimism.
According to the data, in the first half of the year, there was a 52% rise in demand for mobile and web developers. This trend continued for most of the year. Start-ups founded this year succeeded in raising over $380 million, with Internet companies accounting for 25% of the funds raised. “Web and mobile companies have surpassed the fundraising levels of communications and semiconductor companies…
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