It quotes Charlie Rudd, CEO of technology consulting and staffing firm SolutionsIQ Corp., which fills jobs at companies such as Microsoft and T-Mobile, saying:
It's not a huge change, but it's a noticeable change.
A hopeful sign: There are more program- and project-management jobs being advertised. Those jobs often are filled before the rest of the staff who will work on the projects.
A separate piece notes that Amazon, which just reported a whopping profit, has been hiring all along. It reported 24,300 full-time and part-time employees at the end of 2009, compared with 20,700 at the end of 2008.