Mobile Engineers are informational professionals who are able to create intuitive and easy-to-use programs and mobile applications, most commonly for Android or iOS platforms. iOS engineers, in particular, usually use objective-C or Swift programming languages. Mobile Engineers usually work within cross-sectional teams along with researchers, user experience designers, product managers, marketers, salespersons and other key stakeholders.
As more and more individuals around the world gain access to smartphones, organizations are designing custom mobile experiences to serve a mobile population. Demand for Mobile Engineers is expected to rise much faster than other occupations. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Mobile Engineer job positions are expected to grow by 25,300 jobs per year through 2026.
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