The Coronavirus pandemic and subsequent economic downturn caused uncertainty throughout the business world. Even thriving business sectors, such as FinTech, suffered a few notable impacts. Still, certain transformational changes, like embracing the work from home staffing model, brought a surprising boost in productivity.
With the New Year now here, it warrants an analysis of the technology industry in Boston and New England. Obviously, the region still feels the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, which caused a significant impact on the local IT market. Still, with COVID-19 expected to wane throughout 2021, the forecast for the local tech scene looks promising.
As the year draws to a close, it’s now a good time to take stock of the previous 12 months. 2019 brought higher levels of success to our clients, our employees, and as a result, The CERES Group itself. The technology industry in Boston continues to thrive and shows no signs of slowing down. Read more
Well into the second half of 2019, companies are still finding it difficult to find qualified technology professionals, especially those experienced in cybersecurity.
Anyone working in technology in the Boston area understands the importance of the wealth management industry. As innovations and advancements in FinTech continue to disrupt this sector, copious opportunities for tech professionals and organizations abound.
Whether you are a fresh graduate just beginning a technology career or an industry veteran with tangible experience, it helps to know the hottest places in the country for IT work. Read more