Competition for IT talent has been on the rise in recent months, but things are set to really pick up after the new year.
Compared to other areas, the IT job market is expected to be relatively strong in 2012. But IT professionals with skills and experience in some areas are likely to benefit more than others. So which IT pros are in line for the biggest raises next year?
Squeezed by the economic downturn, tight budgets and lean staffs, more companies are cracking down on a common user habit:
In most businesses, IT must get projects approved by the CFO. The best way to make that process a little less painful: Understand what really matters to your company’s top finance exec.
The number of available IT jobs is poised to increase, even as it’s fallen in many other areas. And some factors, such as Obama’s new jobs plan, could give IT hiring another boost.
As companies continue to deal with budget issues and other problems, what are IT managers most concerned about?
Looks like the tech sector is beginning to show signs of economic recovery.