So you want to be in IT and Software?


The masters of design and programming—literally. They are innovators that will change the way how we use and think about the web and tech. They are responsible for creating and modifying the software we use everyday, with jobs spanning from research to design to production.



Why should I work in IT and Software?


You get to create and develop software and solve customer-related programming problems. You also get to engage with and be part of a community of intelligent developers that shares the same ideals and values. And because this job requires education and thorough training, in return, skilled developers also enjoy great compensation.



What skills do employers look for?


Proficient in Computer Programming
Teamwork Skills
Numerical and Analytical Skills
Time Management Skills
Excellent Communication Skills

Culture
Collaboration, passion, and innovation in creating and improving software that solve everyday and not-so-everyday problems.

Supply and Demand
683 jobs available
325,877 candidates looking for work

Monthly Salary Range
Entry Level
P 14,000 - P 20,000
Associate Level
P 18,000 - P 40,000
Mid-senior Level
P 25,000 - P 45,000
Managerial Level
P 45,000 - P 70,000
Executive Level
P 60,000 - P 100,000

Career Culture

Collaboration, passion, and innovation in creating and improving software that solve everyday and not-so-everyday problems.

Software developers are not like other careers. It requires highly technical and updated knowledge and skills in a field that changes faster than we can keep up with it. It's a challenging job, but also very rewarding. An IT office environment sparks a lot of creativity, positivity, and motivation. You'll need it when the going gets tough. As for career advancement, trainings are conducted often in order for you to progress in the IT field. Tech companies value knowledge as much as good service.


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