According to an article in the August issue of System iNEWS, written by Rita-Lyn Sanders, Senior Industry Editor, the IT job market is growing, but it probably won’t reach the pre-2008 levels.
“April saw the largest net monthly job gain in IT-related jobs recorded since the Wall Street financial crisis was realized in 2008, according to Foote Partners, a firm that analyzes IT labor statistics.
A net gain of 8,800 IT jobs represented a 15,600 job swing following a brief March 2010 setback in which a net 6,800 jobs were lost overall in five bellwether IT job segments monitored by the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data.
To read more of this article, click here. Or visit Foote Partners website for more statistics on the IT-job market. Is your company hiring? Are you seeing more IT jobs being posted? Share your thoughts on where you think the IT-job market is headed by commenting on this blog.