CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 06-07-2013

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Filling the Gaps  56% of CIOs plan to hire for IT positions that are currently open.

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Slow, Steadfast Expansion  12% plan to expand IT teams in the third quarter this year, down slightly from 14% last quarter.

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Lean Management  26% have put hiring plans on hold, and 6% intend to reduce their IT staff headcount.

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Positive Projections  85% are confident about their company’s prospects for growth this quarter.

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Tech Spending  63% say they’re confident that their organization will invest in IT projects this quarter.

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Talent Search  69% say it’s challenging to find skilled IT pros.

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Most Difficult IT Functions to Staff  Networking: 18%Data and database management: 14%Help desk and tech support: 13%

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback

Top In-Demand IT Skills  Network administration: 55%Database management: 55%Desktop support: 54%

CIOs Seeing Slow but Steady Hiring Comeback