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MongoDB

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 12-22-2011 Print

Although the economy is having some trouble turning around, the IT job market looks to be a bright spot for early 2012. In fact, many enterprises are having troubling finding just the right tech talent to meet their changing IT needs. Is your company among the many firms that are looking for employees who can handle the increasingly difficult tasks presented to them by today's mix of mobile, cloud and big data technologies? Then you know that finding IT job candidates who can adequately perform those duties isn't always easy. Job search site Indeed says it analyzed millions of job postings to compile this list of the top 10 tech job skills of 2011. Here's what you should be looking for from your next IT job candidates.

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MongoDB came in second in Indeed's list. The open source, document-oriented database is quickly becoming a top performer in its market, and companies realize how much value it offers. Now, they want to find people who can help them take advantage of its scalability.



 

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