№1, 2018

Masuma H. Mammadova, Faig R. Mammadzada

In this article, the current state of IT-profile education in Azerbaijan is analyzed. The technique of quantitative assessment of IT specialists’ demand market that considers the number of IT graduates and mandatory replacement of the specialists outflow from the IT segment is developed. The imbalance in the supply and demand of IT specialists at the national level, in the ICT segment and in other branches of economy is determined (pp.26-36).

Keywords:IT-segment, labor market, IT-profile education, quantitative assessment of demand market, IT staff replacement, IT specialists’ supply and demand imbalance.
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