Careers Slideshow: Few Staffing Increases Planned

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 06-17-2010

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Over 90% of CIOs have no plans to hire additional IT staff.

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Four percent of CIOs anticipate reductions.

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23% of CIOs within finance/insurance/real estate plan to expand their IT departments - the most among industry sectors.

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Nearly 80% of CIOs are confident in growth prospects.

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40% of CIOs are optimistic their firms will invest in new IT projects in thenext three months.

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45% of CIOs say finding skilled IT pros is challenging.

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31% of CIOs worry they'll lose top performers to other jobs in the next year.

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64% of CIOs say network administration is the most in-demand skill set within their department.

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63% said desktop support was the most in-demand skill (multiple answers were allowed on this question).

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15% of CIOs say it's most challenging to find skilled IT pros for network needs.

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12% say it's most challenging to find skilled IT pros for security needs.

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11% of CIOs say it's most challenging to find skilled IT pros for data/database management needs.

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