The work in Estonia team aims to make Estonia an attractive destination for living and working, and to ensure that hiring and providing work for foreign talents is as simple as possible for Estonian companies.
The information and communication technology sector of Estonia currently lacks about 7,000 specialists. By 2020, we will need 37,000 ICT specialists across all sectors, most of which will be covered by training contracts and existing workforce. However, there will still be shortage of about 8,600 specialists by 2020.
Work in Estonia services:
Work in Estonia is funded from the ICT development programme and public resources allocated to Enterprise Estonia.
Deputy Director of Work in Estonia Programme
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