This year should see the market grow because some companies feel that their IT departments could help them to lower their business outgoings, the Langley James founder and director James Toovey has suggested.
He said: "IT recruitment is so busy at the present time because [companies] laid off everybody, and now they have to get round to actually finding people."
It might be a good option for firms to employ more trainees when they look to take on new IT staff in the months ahead, Mr Toovey went on to say.
Those working in IT sales recruitment learned earlier this week that the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and KPMG Report on Jobs suggested overall permanent staff placements in the UK went up last month.
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Source: The Sales Engineer News