IT Management Slideshow: IT Job Market Stumbles With Economy

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 06-08-2012

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Only 200 IT jobs were added in May, down from 6,600 new tech jobs in April.

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63.8% of those out of work are seeking jobs, the lowest rate since 1980.

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Which IT Niche Has Seen the Biggest Drop in Jobs?

Telecommunications, which suffered a 5% loss in positions over the last year.

Which IT Niche Has Seen the Biggest Drop in Jobs?

Which IT Niche Has Seen the Biggest Gain?

Computer systems design and related services have seen job opportunities rise by 4% over the year.

Which IT Niche Has Seen the Biggest Gain?

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26% of CIOs are looking to hire contractors or consultants within the next 30 days.

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22.8% of CIOs are looking to hire junior IT staffers over the next month.

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Less than 7% of CIOs expect to hire IT senior management or executive-level staff over the next month.

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6.3% of CIOs expect to hire executive-level talent within a year.

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3.9% of CIOs say they'll hire senior managers over the next year.

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6.4% of CIOs anticipate hiring middle management staff over the next year.

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8.9% of CIOs say they'll hire junior IT staff within the year.

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