Supported professions can prefer IT careers with young people who are on the verge of a career choice. Program your future! The Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM) told MTI on Sunday, citing the Parliamentary and Strategic Foreign Minister.
According to the announcement, Tamas Chanda emphasized that the digital economy accounts for a fifth of economic growth and employment in Hungary, and that an adequate professional offer is a prerequisite for further strengthening this sector.
The competition is open to primary and secondary schools in any part of the country except Budapest and Pest County. Institutions must undertake to organize a series of sessions for at least ten events for at least ten students.
The successful applicants will get all the help they need to prepare, the ministry said, adding that the winning institutions will receive six laptops, ten microcontrollers and four sets of robots, and the teachers who lead the sessions will receive a two-week online training course.
They announced that they can apply until December 5, and sponsorship decisions will be made this year, after which school majors will be held in two rounds, from next January to the end of May.
Most of the new jobs in the IT sector have been created in the last year and a half, and according to last year’s data collection from the Graduate Career Tracking System, IT graduates have the highest total income, and most of them work in graduate studies. Jobs, citing Tamas Chanda, also explained that making the profession known and attractive also serves to enhance the competitiveness of the national economy on the basis of knowledge and improve the performance of innovation. In addition, professional circles can launch many young people on the path to securing outstanding jobs and earnings, so they plan to launch more rounds of applications.
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