Demand for IT staff hits a five-year high

Goodwin, Bill
May 2007
Computer Weekly;5/15/2007, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increase in the number of job vacancies for permanent information technology professionals over the past three months of May 2007 in Great Britain. A salary survey reveals that the job market is expanding, following a 5 percent growth in the number of advertised positions to 122,987. It also indicates that the demand for management position rise by 20 percent, with increases in the number of vacancies for system development managers and operations managers. In addition, project managers with SAP skill rise by 18 percent in number of vacancies from the first quarter of the year.


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