Research carried out by CW Jobs suggests that companies are increasing their search for new IT staff as they aim to expand the technical aspects of their business.
According to the figures, the demand for staff in the IT sector rose by 11 per cent in the first quarter of 2011, compared with the last three months of 2010.
In addition, companies are now seeking more long-term employees in the field, with demand for permanent staff rising by six per cent in the same period.
Richard Nott, site director at the organisation, told Channel Web it is "encouraging" that the IT jobs market has seen seven consecutive quarters of rising employee demand.
"We have seen a surge in the number of recruiters seeking contract IT staff this quarter, which will increase job prospects for flexible jobseekers," he added.
According to recent research from data management solutions company MDSL, most UK IT workers, some of whom might hold sales jobs in the sector, would leave their role if they were offered an equivalent post elsewhere with more job security.
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Source: The Sales Engineer News