CIOs reveal IT hiring forecast for first half of 2014By Manya Susoev
Robert Half Technology just released its IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report for the first half of 2014. The survey results are mostly positive, with 16 percent of U.S. chief information officers (CIOs) planning to grow their teams by hiring additional talent, and only two percent planning to reduce their staff. 15 percent will be putting their hiring plans on hold, a number that’s down from 21 percent during the last half of 2013, and 67 percent will be hiring for open roles, which is up from 62 percent.
You can check out the full details from Robert Half Technology’s survey in the news release.
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