According to data management solutions company MDSL, 65 per cent of workers in IT would opt for greater security, while 41 per cent said their employer could do more to safeguard their job, while saving money.
Nearly a fifth of those surveyed are concerned about the security of their position at the moment, while 46 per cent said they could not see their job being secure in three months' time.
Chief executive at MDSL Ben Mendoza said: "This snapshot of opinion across a range of UK IT roles shows that job security is climbing higher on the list of priorities for all staff, even senior managers."
Recent research conducted by Reed and reported by Recruiter found that optimism is continuing to grow among IT staff in the country with regards to their future job prospects.
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Posted by Wayne Bly
Source: The Sales Engineer News