IT Management Slideshow: IT Jobs: Is Employee Confidence Declining?

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 06-07-2011

56.3

56.3 is the overall confidence index among respondents in Q1 2011, down nearly 2 points from 4Q 2010.

56.3

33 percent

33 percent of respondents in Q1 2011 feel the economy is getting stronger, down from 37 percent in Q4 2010.

33 percent

55 percent

55 percent of respondents under age 35 polled in Q1 2011 feel the economy is getting stronger, compared to just 17 percent of those age 35 to 44 who feel the same way.

55 percent

32 percent

32 percent of male respondents in Q1 2011 think the economy is getting weaker, compared to just 21 percent of females who feel the same way.

32 percent

21 percent

21 percent of respondents in Q1 2011 believe there are more jobs available now than in the recent past, up from 18 percent in Q4 2010.

21 percent

64 percent

64 percent of respondents in Q1 2011 say they're confident in the future of their current employer, down from 68 percent in Q4 2010.

64 percent

18 percent

18 percent of respondents in Q1 2011 believe it's likely they'll lose their jobs in the next year, up from 8 percent in Q4 2010.

18 percent

44 percent

44 percent of respondents age 45 to 54 express confidence in their ability to find a new job, compared to 53 percent of those under age 35 who feel the same way.

44 percent

70 percent

70 percent of female respondents feel confident in their ability to find a new job, compared to just 39 percent of male respondents.

70 percent