Fintech developers dissatisfied with their current roles, a major risk for their employers

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Rapyd published a report conducted by 451 Research, to assess the market dynamics of fintech developers around the world. Key findings in the report include a growing demand for fintech developers to create payment applications and building in-house tools as well as general job dissatisfaction.

“Strong developer expertise has become one of the most essential inputs for driving differentiation and diversification in fintech,” said Jordan McKee, Principal Research Analyst, Customer Experience & Commerce at 451 Research.

“Given the intense level of complexity, regulatory scrutiny and competition associated with fintech, there is no single role that will be more important to the sector’s continued evolution.”

The report indicates a clear prioritization of payments-related applications over the last 12 months, with 56% of respondents stating that they have been involved with those projects, besting the next closest category (investments) by 15 percentage points.

A troubling level of dissatisfaction among fintech developers

Underscoring how critical having a strong in-house developer base is, only 26% of respondents

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