Five IT Career Skills on the Upswing

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Click through for five skill sets garnering attention from recruiters, as identified by Dice.com.

On Dice, job postings get top billing. Tech professionals hit the search engine and job postings are their beacon to a new career move. But behind the scenes, another central role is played by HR professionals and recruiters -- mining the Dice resume database to find qualified professionals who are a fit for their organizations.

In fact, the emergence of new trends often occurs first in Dice’s resume database, simply because 80 percent of employers search resumes before posting their job. Based on their insights, it's time to take notice of this group of five skills that are on the upswing.

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