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IT staff back in demand after jobs market hits "tipping point"

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  1. UKDarkstar
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    IT staff back in demand after jobs market hits "tipping point"

    UK market sees encouraging bounce back

    In a development that will hopefully be replicated here, from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and consultant company KPMG are reporting that jobs in the UK IT sector are growing for the first time in nearly two years.

    In the October edition of its monthly Report on Jobs, the confederation said the overall jobs market had reached "the tipping point into growth, driven by returning confidence in the private sector".

    On a scale where a baseline of 50 represents no change and anything above shows more vacancies, permanent IT and computing positions hit 51.5 in October. For the same period last year, the job market was shrinking rapidly, with a score of 40.

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