Tech Employment Picture Bright for Start of 2014

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Still, a clear majority of America’s hiring managers and recruiters (58 percent) reported positions were vacant, because the salary guidelines weren’t appropriate.

“The New Year should be ‘all systems go’ for tech professionals on the career front. There aren’t many times when you can write your own ticket, but this consistent optimism and upward pressure on compensation means it’s time to capitalize,” said Shravan Goli, president of Dice.

The employment picture for technology professionals remains bright to start 2014, according to a Dice.com survey of nearly 900 tech-focused hiring managers and recruiters.

 

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