Why Software Developers Are Leaving Their Jobs [Survey Results]

Men vs women responses

Devetry surveyed approximately 490 software developers in July 2021.

DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, September 13, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Because technical talent is scarce, Devetry, a software consultancy, recently conducted and published a software developer survey. One question was, “why did you leave your last job?”

The responses are as follows:
21.6%: Lack of professional growth opportunities
20% Poor relationship with management
18.4% Compensation
10.8% Burnout
7% Lack of flexible work options
6% Layoff (COVID or otherwise)
2.7% Lack of remote options
13.5% other

Devery found that for women, almost 40% reported a “lack of professional growth opportunities” as their number one reason for leaving. For men, the number one response was “poor relationship with management” at 21%.

This survey was conducted in July 2021. Approximately 490 software developers took the survey. Results are published in a gated report, but marketing is happy to send it out to anyone interested.

Devetry (part of Dept) is a software consultancy that provides technology solutions ranging from strategy and product management to custom software development and UX/UI. Devetry’s diverse expertise allows its partners to rapidly develop software products, optimize internal processes, and create new revenue streams.

For more information, contact Devetry at kelsey@devetry.com.

Kelsey Anderson
+1 9139099306
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