Data published in the new Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs shows that the overall Scottish labour market improved once more in December, driven by faster growth in vacancies.
As well as a rise in demand for permanent positions, which includes those in sales recruitment, temporary vacancies were in particularly high demand, which highlights a "turnaround" in the country's employment market, said Donald MacRae, chief economist at the Bank of Scotland.
"All eight employment sectors registered vacancy growth in December, with the IT and computing sector recording the fastest rate of increase and a six-month high," he explained.
It comes after research commissioned by General Electric showed that 71 per cent of hi-tech companies are optimistic that their performance will improve over the next year.
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