Michael Bennett, director of ReThink, said that the improving confidence among IT firms means that more jobs are being created, which is also boosting competition for the roles available.
He predicted that the coming months will see managers aim to keep hold of their best workers as more attractive posts come up elsewhere, which should stimulate the IT employment market further.
"The good news for IT professionals is that the recovery in jobs and pay is accelerating. However, this is creating a different kind of headache for employers as they now face the very real challenge of holding onto key staff," the expert explained.
In the latest issue of the Labour Market Bulletin by e-skills UK, the data revealed a continuing decline in the number of 'ready candidates' for IT positions, against an increase in the number of jobs on offer.
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Source: The Sales Engineer News