The surveys were developed by Robert Half Technology and conducted by an independent research firm. To ensure that companies from all segments were represented in the study, the sample was stratified by number of employees. The results were weighted to reflect the proper number of employees in the United States. Robert Half Technology is a leading provider of IT professionals on a project and full time basis and has been tracking IT hiring activity in the United States since 1995. CIOs said it is somewhat or very challenging to find skilled IT professionals. This is a 2 point drop compared to the first half of the year. Technology executives surveyed report that it is most difficult to find skilled talent in the functional areas of applications development (17 percent), networking (17 percent) and security (12 percent).
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MENLO PARK, Calif., June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ The newly released Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report shows that many companies anticipate bringing in IT staff in the second half of the year, and the number planning to put a hold on hiring is declining. chief information officers (CIOs) plan to expand their teams in the last half of 2014. This represents a 2 point decline from the previous survey. Another 76 percent expect to hire only for open IT roles, compared to 67 percent in the first six months of the year. Eight percent of technology executives plan to put their hiring on hold through the rest of the year, down from 15 percent in the previous survey, while only 1 percent expect to reduce their IT staffing levels. View the research highlights:
upgrades (44 percent) and software upgrades (21 percent), according to the Robert Half Technology survey.
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CIOs Reveal Hiring Plans For Next Six Months
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"Many IT departments will be focused for the remainder of this year on adding skilled technology professionals for newly created or existing open positions," said John Reed, senior executive director of Robert Half Technology. markets who were Omega Watches Geneva asked to provide a six month hiring outlook. markets.
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