Tech Employment Picture Bright for Start of 2014

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Several answers suggest employers are working harder to retain existing tech staffers and to attract new employees. More than four in 10 respondents (41 percent) report seeing an increase in counteroffers from existing employers, up from 39 percent six months ago. And, slightly more hiring manager and recruiters (34 percent) are seeing candidates turning down job offers, as compared to mid-year.

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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