Plate programera u Japanu opadaju uprkos većoj potražnji

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Unlike the U.S. and Europe, where firms often spend big to tempt talent, many companies in Japan still set wages based heavily on criteria such as how long employees have been with the firm.

Despite growing demand for their services, payment for IT professionals has been floundering. Their average annual income came in at 4.38 million yen ($34,466) in 2021, down 4% from 2019, according to Doda.

In skills-based employment systems, widely practiced overseas, wages are determined based on supply and demand. The median annual income of senior IT and internet professionals in the U.S. and China is 8% to 10% higher than the all-sector median, according to a 2021 survey by U.S. consultancy Mercer. In Japan, however, the median for IT and internet experts is 2% lower than the overall figure as wages do not reflect market forces.

Although skills-based employment is increasing in some industries in Japan, the traditional practice of “lifetime” employees being shifted through various positions in a single company during their career remains common.

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