Research carried out by Reed and seen by the Recruiter shows that three out of every four IT staff believe they will be offered the job they desire within the next six months, while 75 per cent are also predicting that growth in technology will boost the employment market in 2011.
Mark Rhodes, head of marketing at Reed, noted that the same proportion also feel that their recruitment prospects would be increased if they held the right qualifications.
"We've seen signs of a slow and steady recovery in almost all areas of the private sector. With companies gearing up for a return to growth, demand for IT staff is on the rise and, with it, a return to skills shortages across the sector," he added.
Last week, Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, said the increasing number of jobs being created in the IT and engineering sectors, including sales recruitment positions, is helping to drive the recovery of the employment market.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Engineer News