In Lithuania, international business leaders and local startups offer exciting career opportunities and a chance to make a real impact.
Driven and globally-minded, Lithuania is a place to tackle global challenges. Professionals here can expect to tackle truly major challenges: from improving mobility in the world’s biggest cities to developing fintech and cybersecurity products used by millions around the globe.
Lithuania is the largest Fintech hub in Europe, hosting 260+ companies.
A growing hub of local companies lead the industry and innovate on the global stage.
An up-and-coming sector with a vibrant community, hosting 120+ companies.
1000+ startups are shaping a fast-growing ecosystem.
Source: Startup Lithuania, 2023
in the Global Remote Work Index
globally for ensuring women’s rights and opportunities
in the EU by the share of employees under 35 joining the ICT sector
The STEM field professions in Lithuania are a paragon of gender balance, with 52% of all specialists and academics being women – the highest share in the EU.
Source: Eurostat, 2020
Starting out as a French teacher in her home country of Costa Rica, Gail decided to reskill and pursue her interest in IT. After commencing her IT career at Hewlett Packard, she took a position in Western Union, where she rose up the ranks. Beginning as an AML Compliance Specialist responsible for onboarding at Western Union in Costa Rica, she is now AML Compliance Officer at the company’s European headquarters in Vilnius.
From Ashdod, a coastal city in the South of Israel. Gleb got his start in IT while serving mandatory military service. Now a DevOps Infrastructure Expert at German IT solution provider GOD’s Kaunas office, Gleb is enjoying not only a challenging job in an international company, but a great work-life balance that gives him more time to be with his young son.
Coming to Lithuania for the first time as an exchange student, Ricardo now works at Deloitte as a Senior Transfer Pricing Consultant. Like a true busy bee, he is also pursuing a PhD and teaching Law on the side. With Ricardo, we discussed relocating to Lithuania twice, enjoying a niche hobby, and working at a Big 4 company.
Bernard’s journey to Lithuania was a circuitous one. From a humble first job teaching English, he has built a successful career in copywriting and marketing. Currently heading up content at the award-winning ecommerce email marketing platform Omnisend, Bernard is living proof of what he calls Lithuania’s “hustle culture” of constant self-improvement.
Two weeks – that’s how long it took for Andrea to find a job in Vilnius. Originally from Venezuela, she moved to Lithuania from Denmark to work as a Senior Data Scientist at Devoteam. We discussed with Andrea the pros of living in Lithuania, moving countries during the pandemic, and mentoring young tech specialists.
Having spent several years living and working around the world, Emma landed in Lithuania, where she now heads the Content division at Hostinger. We caught up with Emma to discuss her unexpected career trajectory, the challenges of leading an international team, and how to overcome cultural differences.
After spending three years in Poland, Andrés was headhunted for a Senior Payroll Analyst position in Vilnius. He told us all about his love for basketball, DJing, and the bike sharing system in the Lithuanian capital.
Giovanni made his move to Lithuania six years ago. Now, he leads the Outbound Sales Team at Oxylabs. With Giovanni, we discussed the local startup ecosystem, family life in Lithuania, and how much Vilnius has changed in just a few years.
Isaac first came to Lithuania to meet up with some friends. Fast-forward two years, he is living in Vilnius and solving IT issues for SEB customers across Europe. We sat down with Isaac to talk about his switch from hospitality to IT, work culture in Lithuania and Australia, and the long-lasting impression Lithuanian nature can leave on anyone not from around here.
After starting her career in Ibadan, Nigeria, QA Engineer Amarachi Nzekwe decided to spend a year working at an ICT company in Kaunas. Three years and a global pandemic later, she has moved cities, changed jobs, and documented her journey on her YouTube channel. We sat down with Amarachi to talk about vlogging, career moves, and the tech scene in Lithuania.
Stefano came to Lithuania from Italy on a whim as a volunteer indoor climbing instructor and has been living and working here for 9 years now. Having learned the ins and outs of AdTech, user acquisition, and ad monetisation on the job, he says that Lithuania is uniquely open to new ideas and that Lithuanian companies give their employees lots of space and opportunities to grow, regardless of age or background.
After moving to Lithuania from Iran to join a group of startup founders, Reza now works as a Senior iOS developer at an American company in Vilnius. We talked about working across time zones, constant learning (a thing that many employers in Lithuania encourage), and living in the country’s capital city.
The dynamic business environment in Lithuania enables faster career growth.