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Fewer job cuts and positive predictions offer hope for IT jobseekers

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    Fewer job cuts and positive predictions offer hope for IT jobseekers



    There are several signs that the IT job market is beginning to improve, with fewer high-profile, large-scale lay-offs and more job market surveys producing reasons to be positive. But are these just misnomers, or are things genuinely looking up?

    The first quarter of 2009 was a bad one. E-skills' quarterly bulletin found demand for permanent and contract staff fell 27% and 32% respectively on the previous quarter. Unemployment for IT professionals increased from 2.4% to 3.4%.

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