Certifications, job trends and new technologies drive employment growth.
Articles about IT Employment
Latest figures for permanent and temp IT jobs in the UK show a steep increase for last month yet doubts persist about the sustainability of the upward shift.
Dimension Data Australia has appointed former Hewlett-Packard enterprise services chief technologist to the chief technology officer role.
Ed Hyde will lead Spark New Zealand's big data business, Qrious, as it aims to help organisations use available data sets to improve their products and services.
For IT workers, the worry of becoming obsolete is constant. Toss in automation, robotics and artificial intelligence and many tech tasks won't need humans. Is there any wonder why IT is trying to learn more human and interpersonal skills to move up the food chain?
Coles has confirmed that the company will be shedding more than 400 jobs from its Store Support Centre in Melbourne’s Tooronga, with IT and other back office roles expected to be cut.
What are the significant trends in the US IT job market, and which jobs are likely to be 'hot' in the future?
The fear of obsolescence is driving many IT professionals to further their education and obtain new certifications, according to a Tech Pro Research survey on the future of IT jobs.
The IT industry's shift to the cloud, along with the rise of DevOps, is prompting a growing number of employers to look for a new wave of multi-skilled all-rounders for whom technical skills often play second fiddle to attitude and aptitude.
What are the significant trends in the UK IT job market, and which jobs are likely to be 'hot' in the future?
Startup founders are the new rock stars in tech circles, but founding a company isn't as glamorous as it seems.
Powerful trends like cloud, mobility, and big data — as well as disruptive innovations like 3D printing and the IoT — are reshaping the IT industry. So it's no surprise that the tech job market is changing right along with it.
Few professions require its adherents to be as flexible and adaptable in order in order to remain employed as IT. For the steadfast, these four roles currently hold the greatest promise.
Because of its unrelenting pace, IT can be a brutal profession on those who crave stability and tradition. These four formerly hot job roles are a perfect example, as they fade, morph, and change.
IT people who were previously used to managing desktops are being forced to change their skill sets to remain relevant for the increasingly mobile world to handle new applications — a trend that is working out in their favour.
Government announces plans to boost its cybersecurity monitoring facility and set up an operations control center to respond to threats more swiftly. It will also appoint chief information security officers across various government agencies.