With the economic crash imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the job market has taken a new record hit since the Great Depression. In November 2020, Forbes reported that roughly over 10.7 million US citizens were unemployed.
Thus, the beginning of 2021 saw actions taken by governments to help keep workers employed and save viable jobs. Many countries implemented job retention programmes, with New Zealand, France and Switzerland being global leaders in the numbers of applications approved.
Scaling down to the fintech industry, perpetrating news regarding shifts in the way companies operate were setting the scene for a digitalized future. Remote working, mass unemployment and the rise of automation.
The purpose of this white paper is to show an image on the current status of the vacancies market within fintech. We take into account the information from the Holland FinTech Network, and present a comprehensive overview across 264 member companies, ranging from startups, scaleups to incumbent firms. Here are our key findings. In case you want to have your company profiled displayed, submit your responses to our survey here.