IT manager hiring, unemployment rates, rise

Analysts try to explain paradox of government data that shows more workers, and boosts unemployment rate

By , Computerworld |  IT Management

Janco estimated that only 5,400 IT jobs were created last month. In a survey of 97 CIOs, the firm concluded that IT hiring is coming to a standstill, as managers become less confident about the economy and impact of the sequester.

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