The United States leads in blockchain-related job offerings, according to a research by The NextWeb (TNW) published on March 8. The TNW report is based on an analysis of job listing from recruiting site Glassdoor.
The U.S.have about half, or 2,616, of a total of 5,711 blockchain jobs listed on Glassdoor globally. Second in the rank comes the United Kingdom, with 1,015 blockchain-related job ads, while India has taken the third place, with 257 vacancies.
The most common three job titles are “Blockchain Engineer,” “Senior Software Engineer,” and “Blockchain Developer”.
Employer-wise, the greatest number of blockchain jobs are offered by tech giant IBM, Big Four accounting firm Ernst & Young, and software company Oracle.
In the top 10 companies, only three are crypto related, which are Foris Limited, Crypto.com, and Wirex. Payment startup Ripple is on the 17th line, and blockchain software tech company ConsenSys is the 13th.
As a reminder, according a study carried out by recruitment company Hired, the global demand for blockchain engineers is up by 517 percent year-over-year. The second-fastest growing software engineering role is security engineer, with 132 percent growth, and third is embedded engineer, up 76 percent.