A job advert in the Irish Times today highlights the pitfalls of an app-design job.
In this case, the advert focuses on “the best way to manage and build a portfolio of mobile apps” with the aim of attracting “developers with mobile experience”.
The advertisement cites the fact that, in Ireland, a “significant percentage of jobs are in the creative and design fields”.
It also says that, because of the high cost of living, the average salary for a software developer is around €70,000.
The advert also states that the average developer in Ireland works part-time, meaning the person “will have a part-year-long contract with the company”.
It goes on to state that, as an app developer, “you are responsible for creating and maintaining a portfolio” and that you will be “responsible for helping the company grow”.
But the job advert, like most others on the web, fails to provide any explanation of how the applicant will manage a portfolio, or even provide any information about the role of the company.
The Irish app developers who responded to the advert had mixed feelings about the job advertisement, but it is clear that there are many people who would like to work in the app industry.
Many of them would prefer to work at a company that provides an adequate job for a reasonable salary.
But there is also a growing trend of hiring people with mobile development experience in the UK, the US and the US states.
One of the largest companies in Ireland has even offered a “design jobs” opportunity.
It is clear from the advert that the advert is meant to attract developers who have the skills to design apps.
But it also appears that many of the applicants are simply seeking a job in an industry that has little or no experience in mobile design.