IT Worker Confidence Remains Strong

IT Worker Confidence Remains Strong

Holding SteadyHolding Steady

The overall confidence index among tech workers is 60.4, which is about the same as it was last quarter.

Prospect Report, Part IProspect Report, Part I

52% are confident in their ability to find a new job, compared to 20% who aren’t confident.

Prospect Report, Part IIProspect Report, Part II

39% say there are fewer jobs available now compared to recent times, compared to 35% who say more opportunities exist.

Staying PutStaying Put

60% say it’s not likely they’ll look for a new job over the next year, in contrast to 31% who say they plan to do so.

Institutional TrustInstitutional Trust

69% are confident in the future of their current employer, as opposed to 16% who aren’t confident.

Secure PositionsSecure Positions

71% say it’s not likely they’ll get laid off in the near future, compared to only 12% who say it’s likely.

Fiscal StrengthFiscal Strength

34% feel the economy is getting stronger, down from 42% this time last quarter.

Gender ImbalanceGender Imbalance

56% of male IT workers are confident in their ability to find a new job, but only 25% of women tech workers are.

Generational DivideGenerational Divide

54% of tech employees under age 35 are confident in their ability to find a new job, compared to no more than 42% of those 45 or older.

CIO Insight Staff
CIO Insight Staff
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