IT Hiring on the Rise, Survey SuggestsBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2010-06-03 Email Print
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More than three-quarters (78 percent) of human resources managers or recruiters who have responsibility in recruiting technology positions are looking to hire IT workers in the next six months. Although companies such as HP may be slashing their workforce, a survey finds the majority of HR heads are planning on making IT hires in the next six months.According to the 2010 IT Hire Intelligence Survey conducted by Monster.com, an online career and recruitment resource on behalf of technology services provider Technisource, the majority of survey respondents said they are confident that their company's performance will improve across the same time period.
Among the key findings, 76 percent of respondents have confidence that their company's performance will improve in the next six months, while 78 percent of respondents plan to hire IT staff in the next six months. When asked what technology-oriented positions IT hiring managers were looking to fill, applications and infrastructure positions took the lead.