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IT job vacancies close to reaching pre-recession levels

by kyna-admin on May 23rd, 2013

At Kyna Associates we have continuously seen an increase in the number of technology poisitons being recruited for by many of our high profile clients and the below article from Computer World suggests a similar pattern across the UK. This trend will continue to see techology professionals having mulitple opportunites available to them and clients having to continuously analyse their talent acqusition strategies in order to ensure they continue to attract the high calibre candidates to match their commercial objectives.

CWJobs.co.uk has found vacancies are only 15% below what they were in Q1 2008

The IT job market is stabilising, as the latest data from CWJobs.co.uk shows that vacancies are close to returning to pre-recession levels.

First quarter figures for 2013 reveal that the volume of permanent vacancies has risen for the fourth year in a row. IT jobs are now only 15 percent below what they were pre-recession in Q1 2008, compared to 41 percent just three years ago.

CWJobs.co.uk claims that the rise in vacancies suggests that Britain’s economic outlook is finally showing signs of stabilising and that it’s likely that businesses are taking on additional staff as they anticipate expanding, or try to trigger growth.

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