Foreign professionals working remotely will be granted one-year visas; the association points to a risk of a "virtual brain drain" of local tech experts.
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Brasscom wants to train 156,000 web developers in partnership with nonprofits and edtechs by 2024.
The bank is accelerating its plan to boost its tech workforce and address the local skills gap
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São Paulo-based fintech Nubank is recruiting hundreds of tech professionals.
Naspers-owned online marketplace seeks professionals with product experience for year-long program.
Great Place to Work Institute picked the company as the best large-sized IT employer in the country.