Jobs created at £1.35m Belfast software centre

A tech company is creating 15 new jobs in Northern Ireland through the launch of a new £1.35m software centre in south Belfast.

Bitwise, according to a report from The Belfast Telegraph, says the software engineering roles will command an average salary of £45k. The new Belfast hub has been offered £97,500 by regional development agency Invest NI to support creation of the new jobs, which will be at consultant, senior software engineer and software engineer levels.

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