Workplace Slideshow: IT Workers: Employee Confidence is Returning

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 02-07-2011

58.2

58.2 is the overall IT Employee Confidence Index in 4Q 2010, up 7.6 points from the previous quarter.

58.2

37 percent

37 percent of respondents in 4Q 2010 believe the economy is getting stronger, compared to only 20 percent who felt that way the previous quarter.

37 percent

39 percent

39 percent of male respondents say the economy is getting stronger, compared to only 23 percent of females.

39 percent

49 percent

49 percent of IT respondents in 4Q 2010 are confident in their ability to find a new job, up from 43 percent in the prior quarter.

49 percent

49 percent

49 percent of IT respondents in 4Q 2010 are confident in their ability to find a new job, up from 43 percent in the prior quarter.

49 percent

78 percent

78 percent of respondents in 4Q 2010 say they do not believe it is likely they will lose their jobs, up from 65 percent in the past quarter. (Men and women are virtually even on this sentiment.)

78 percent

47 percent

47 percent of respondents in 4Q 2010 say they do not feel that the number of job opportunities are declining, up from 45 percent in the prior quarter.

47 percent

52 percent

52 percent of male respondents do not feel the number of job opportunities is declining, compared to only 26 percent of female respondents who agree.

52 percent

68 percent

68 percent of respondents in 4Q 2010 have confidence in the future of their current employer, compared to 63 percent who felt this way in the previous quarter.

68 percent

70 percent

70 percent of male respondents have confidence in the future of their current employer, compared with 55 percent of females.

70 percent