As of October 2017, the United States had a total of 4.5 million web developers, according to a recent survey by the nonprofit group Web Developers for America.
But the jobs are scarce and the demand is growing.
In 2019, there are nearly 2.3 million job openings for web developers in the United, according the Web Developers Association.
In 2018, there were about 4.6 million openings for developers, with more than 6,000 openings for the next two years.
The jobs are also more difficult to get than in previous years.
“It’s hard to find web developers.
We’re not hiring as fast as we did 10 years ago,” said Joe Schreier, the CEO of Web Developers For America.
“The jobs are getting harder and harder to find.
We see that in many states across the country, and we’re seeing it in our cities.”
The Web Developers Job Creation Act, which is sponsored by Sens.
Ron Wyden and Cory Booker, would help streamline the hiring process for new web developers by making it easier for prospective employers to find them.
The bill would require that applicants have a bachelor’s degree and demonstrate that they can get a job within two years after completion of the degree program.
It would also establish a new position of web developer with responsibility for developing applications for employers.
The web developer would be paid at least $100,000 per year, but the current salary is $25,000.
The job would be based in an office within 30 miles of an employer’s headquarters.
The government would pay the developer an annual salary of $100.
“We are going to get rid of a lot of the bureaucratic red tape that we have now, and it will make it easier to get into this,” Schreer said.
“I think that is going to be an economic boon for the United of America.”
A federal tax credit would be created to help the average web developer pay for the cost of his or her education.
If the job is part-time, the tax credit could be up to $100 per week for the first three months of employment and $75 per week thereafter.
For companies with 50 or more employees, the employer would be responsible for paying a minimum of $250 per week.
The credits would also be available to those that hire employees for less than 50 hours per week, which would not include those who do part-timing.
This is the second version of the bill, and both versions have received support from the Republican leadership.
“A lot of people are looking for full-time positions and they need to be able to afford to do it, so it is a win-win for everyone,” said Wyden, who introduced the first version of this legislation last year.
“This is an economic opportunity for our country.
It is also an opportunity for the world to look at the United Kingdom, and how it’s doing with technology.”
The bill also has been supported by Democrats and Republicans.
In June 2018, Wyden introduced a bill that would create a tax credit of up to 10 percent for employers who hire web developers for at least 25 hours per workweek, which was later expanded to up to 25 hours for any other type of work.
A third version of web development tax credit legislation, introduced in September 2018, would create an additional $20 billion in tax credits for new tech companies.
This legislation would also make it a federal crime for a company to refuse to hire a web designer or developer because of their race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, religion, ancestry, or veteran status.
The legislation also calls for an increase in the minimum wage to $15 per hour.