Young people looking for work could face up to two to three years unemployment, according to recent research published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). But it’s a very different picture in the technology sector which is growing seven times faster than the rest of the economy.
And proving this point is mobile and ecommerce specialist Powa Technologies, which has just announced that it’s creating 450 new jobs and is on the hunt for top talent at this year’s Campus Party, the largest annual technology and innovation careers festival.
Dan Wagner, founder and CEO of Powa Technologies, explains: “We are keen to hear from people who are gifted and hungry for work to become a part of the Powa global success story. Young people should be fearless, bold and seek out companies which inspire and excite them.
“We have 450 jobs to fill as we expand our operations in the UK and around the world. Through a series of new office openings, we are strengthening our global footprint to become a world class player in mobile commerce.”
Powa Technologies will be providing more information on the opportunities available as well as giving hints and tips on how to get a foot on the career ladder at the Campus Party Marketplace through a series of interactive features
“The mobile commerce sector is going through a very exciting time of growth as consumers radically change the way they engage with retailers,” says Wagner. “There are some very exciting career opportunities available for people who want to maximise their potential and grow with their company. We are inviting people who want to travel, work hard and learn a new craft to come and talk to us.”