Ordnance Survey research reveals sustainable opportunities for developers

Penny Horwood
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Ordnance Survey research reveals sustainable opportunities for developers

Sustainability projects offer higher remuneration and job satisfaction, study finds

Software developers are keen to work on sustainability projects - partly for the challenge and partly because of their values, according to a survey by Ordnance Survey. The research also shows that...

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