The FDM Group claimed that it will double its intake of IT graduates in 2011 as demand increases and the industry begins to stabilise following the economic downturn.
Sheila Flavell, FDM's chief operating officer, said it is important to continue persuading graduates that they can play a significant part in the IT sector.
"There is a bigger demand than ever for IT professionals and there will never be a shortage of jobs in the sector due to the increasingly important role it plays in society," she said.
A recent City Lifeline survey showed that, despite some fears over a double-dip recession, overall spend in the IT sector will rise in 2011 in line with previous years as companies look to establish a firm footing in the market, with 86 per cent of IT managers set to continue spending next year.
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Source: The Sales Engineer News