The tech talent gap in Switzerland in Full-stack and Data Science

by Constructor Academy


How Constructor Group's bootcamps can help you stand out

The tech sector in Switzerland is facing a significant shortage of skilled specialists, with Adecco's "Job Market Index" reporting a skilled labor shortage index of 155 points for 2022 – an all-time high which exceeds pre-pandemic levels. This has led to a highly competitive job market for those seeking employment in the tech industry. 

According to figures from ICT-Berufsbildung, around 246,400 people were working in ICT in 2021, and by 2030, the Swiss economy will need 119,600 more specialists in this field. The demand for tech professionals, particularly in data science and full-stack development, continues to rise as businesses increasingly rely on technology to drive their operations. With the current job market, there are many opportunities for those with the right skills and training. 


To meet this demand, businesses are increasingly looking for professionals with the right skills and training to enter the ICT profession "crosswise" via bootcamps, postgraduate courses, or product-specific further training and certifications from large IT companies, Constructor Academy’s Data Science and Full-stack bootcamps can help individuals stand out in the job market, offering in-depth training in these high-demand areas. The bootcamps are designed to provide the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in the tech industry. With a shortage of skilled professionals, there are many opportunities for those who take advantage of this training.

We will take an in-depth look at each of our bootcamps and how they can help you succeed in the highly competitive tech job market.


Fast-track your way into the tech industry: a look at Constructor Academy’s Full-stack Bootcamp

Are you considering a career change and looking for a quick, effective way to break into the tech industry? Look no further than the Full-stack bootcamp offered by Constructor Academy.

Tech specialists are in high demand, and university degrees can take too long to complete. The Full-stack bootcamp is the perfect solution for those looking to build web-based applications, both front, and backend, in a shorter time. The bootcamp is offered in full-time (12 weeks) and part-time (22 weeks) options.

During the bootcamp, students will learn various technologies, including JavaScript, HTML, CSS, React, Redux, Python, databases, Django, Docker, and deployment. The curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the full-stack development process.

The benefits of a career in full-stack development are many. These include in-demand job opportunities, a flexible work environment, high wages, creativity, and diverse opportunities within the field.


The bootcamp kicks off with an introduction to JavaScript, HTML, and CSS and progresses to advanced topics of JavaScript and the use of React and Redux for state management. Students will also learn Python and databases and work with backend management using Django. The bootcamp concludes with lessons on Docker and Deployment and a group project.

"From 9 to 12, we do lectures, so usually, a person from a company that works as a full-time software engineer or software developer comes in and teaches the class on various topics. In the afternoon, we have exercises on the topic we learned for the day and with assistance from our trustee teacher assistants who helped us along the way," says Sebastian Mattmuller, a graduate of the Full-stack bootcamp.

Take advantage of this opportunity to jumpstart your career in tech with the Full-stack bootcamp offered by Constructor group. Visit the link to learn more and enroll today.

Unlock the power of data: how Constructor Academy’s data science bootcamp can jumpstart your career

Are you interested in a highly demanding, well-respected, and financially rewarding career? Look no further than the Data Science bootcamp offered by Constructor Academy.

The goal of the bootcamp is to teach you the techniques and technologies for processing real-world data, and it is offered in both full-time (12 weeks) and part-time (22 weeks) options. During the bootcamp, you will learn technologies such as machine learning, natural language processing (NLP), Python, deep learning, data visualization, and R.


Data Science is a highly prestigious role and a difference-maker in today’s world. The abundance of vacant positions and the great pay make it an attractive career choice. The curriculum of the bootcamp is designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of the field, starting with a DS toolkit, statistics and visualization, and a group project in the first weeks and then moving on to machine learning, deep learning, NLP, and data & machine learning engineering. The final four weeks of the bootcamp are dedicated to a capstone project, allowing you to apply what you have learned in a real-world setting.

Why study data science? Data science is a growing field, and businesses are increasingly turning to data scientists to make sense of the vast amounts of data they collect. Data science is a highly sought-after skill in today's job market and is essential to solving some of the most pressing problems in business, health care, and society.


To learn more about the Data Science bootcamp offered by Constructor Academy, visit our course page. You can also check out our blog post on "What is Data Science" and "Why Should I Study Data Science" for more information. You can also watch our data science videos by clicking on the links provided. Don't miss this opportunity to jumpstart your career in data science with the bootcamp offered by Constructor Academy.
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