Companies are desperately seeking Linux talent, report says

Salaries and bonuses keep increasing as hiring managers struggle to find the help they need.

By Katherine Noyes, PC World |  IT Management, Linux

Last but certainly not least, the 2013 Linux Jobs Report found that systems administrators are the most sought-after Linux professionals--a trend it attributes to the growth of Linux in the enterprise for cloud computing and big data. Also high on the list were developers and DevOps pros.

"The improvement in hiring intent from last year's sky high levels shows that Linux professionals are in a job market of their own," concluded Alice Hill, managing director of Dice.com and president of Dice Labs. "For Linux professionals, the trend is your friend--make sure you are taking advantage of this market's career opportunities."

You can download the report from the Linux Foundation site or from Dice.com.


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