The recent data on crypto assets and blockchain-related job markets reveal the increased demand for experts in the field. It is now evident that the increase in the number of institutions adopting crypto assets and blockchain technology spurred greater demand for experts in the sector as many blockchain firms are hiring candidates with backgrounds in the field. According to the recent statistics report cited by the employment website Indeed, from Korea IT Times on Thursday, the shares of crypto and blockchain-related jobs have skyrocketed over the past 10 months. The reports revealed the data from Mid-July 2021 up till now the overall crypto and blockchain job postings on the platform has increased up to 118% compared to what it was in early days of September last year.
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