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Reports Indicate Healthy 2007 for IT

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 12-08-2006 Print
Signs are pointing to a healthy new year for information technology.

Signs are pointing to a healthy new year for information technology. The job market for IT workers is expanding, reflecting a strong U.S. economy and an unemployment rate that is hovering near its lowest level in five years, according to job placement firm Robert Half Technology. And a technology spending survey of 21,000 companies released earlier this week by IT spending consultant Alinean forecasts 5% to 6% growth in technology expenditures in 2007.



 

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