IT job seekers face hot yet terrible market

A turbulent mix of trends confront IT job hunters

By , Computerworld |  IT Management, IT management, jobs

Janco says the IT market is struggling, and said the number of people looking for jobs is at record lows. This
labor force participation rate is at the lowest it has been since 1980.

"With low hiring demand and low participation rate the picture is not pretty for recent IT graduates and other
IT professionals looking for new jobs," Janco said in its report.

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