Williams, Jenny
January 2011
Computer Weekly;1/18/2011, Issue 3, p124
Trade Publication
The article presents the findings of the Reed Job Index prepared on the job opportunities in information technology (IT) sector in Great Britain. The index reveals that in December 2010, 23 percent job opportunities have been increased in IT sector. It mentions that the jobs have been increased at nearly four times the rate of the economy as a whole. It informs that other industry sectors including transportation, consultancy, and banking will also see demand for staff.


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