Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword
Like this
1Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Untitled

Untitled

Ratings: (0)|Views: 310|Likes:
Published by donna_tam_3

More info:

Published by: donna_tam_3 on Jul 18, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as TXT, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

11/28/2012

pdf

text

original

 
FORIMMEDIATERELEASECareerBuilder’sITMid-YearJobForecastPointstoaSteadyHiringPictureintheBackHalfof2012Chicago,July19,2012–Whilethejobsrecoverycontinuestolagthatofpreviousrecessions,theoutlookforthebackhalfof2012showsamarketthatremainsstable.Fifty-fivepercentofITemployersreportedtheyareplanningtohirefull-time,permanentstafffromJuly1throughDecember31,2012,adecreaseof1percentagepointoverthesameperiodlastyear,yetwelloverthenationalaverage(44percent).Forty-threepercentofITemployersreporttheycurrentlyhaveopenpositionsforwhichtheycannotfindqualifiedcandidates.Thenationwidesurvey,whichwasconductedbyHarrisInteractive©fromMay14,2012toJune4,2012,included180IThiringmanagersandhumanresourceprofessionalsacrossindustriesandcompanysizes.“Despiteasmallslowdowninhiringyear-over-year,theITsectorremainsstrongwithanever-growingneedforstrongtalentinthisarea,”saidBenJablow,VPofnichesitesforCareerBuilder.“WithITemployersplanningtohireinnumbersmorethan10percentagepointsabovethenationalaverage,thesecondhalfof2012promisesapatternofsteadygrowthfortheindustry.”ITemployersplantoaddamixofnewemployeesoverthenextsixmonths,withpart-time,contractandinterncategoriestrendingupfromlastyear:Hiringfull-time,permanentemployees–55percent,downfrom56percentin2011Hiringpart-timeemployees–18percent,upfrom10percentin2011Hiringcontractortemporaryemployees–28percent,upfrom20percentin2011HiringInterns–25percent,upfrom12percentin2011WhereEmployersAreHiringFirstThetopfunctionalareasforwhichITemployersplantohirefirstarethosedirectlyimpactingrevenueandinnovation.ITremainsintheNo.1spotforrecruitmentwithinITwithSalesandCustomerServiceroundingoutthetopthree.InformationTechnology–78percentSales–25percentCustomerService–22percentMarketing–17percent.Accounting/Finance–17percentBusinessDevelopment–13percentAdministrative–9percentEmergingOccupationsMoreITemployersarealsoreportingthattheirorganizationshavecreatedentirelynewjobfunctionswithintheircompaniestorespondtoevolvingbusinessdemands.Whenaskediftheirorganizationscurrentlyhavepositionsthatdidn’texistintheirfirmsfiveyearsago,ITemployerspointedtothefollowing:Positionstiedtostoringandmanagingdata–28percentPositionstiedtosocialmedia–22percentPositionstiedtocybersecurity–20percentPositionstiedtoglobalrelations–13percentPositionstiedtogreenenergyandtheenvironment–11percentPositionstiedtofinancialregulation–9percentPositionstiedtopromotingdiversityinsideandoutsidetheorganization–9percentHiringinQ22012Forty-sixpercentofITemployersaddedfull-time,permanentheadcountinthesecondquarter,downfrom48percentlastyear.Ninepercentdecreasedheadcountwhile45percentmadenochangetostafflevels.HiringinQ32012

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->