If IT provides sophisticated data analysis tools that users don't know how to use, can IT solve that problem, too?
Randstad data is finding job security confidence and strong growth areas for IT in the next few years.
Showing initiative while avoiding stalker-ish behavior is an art.
Randstad's ongoing survey numbers find IT professionals reporting higher career confidence numbers, and predicting lots of job hunting in the next year.
Government data shows that the number of U.S. IT degrees conferred fell over the last 10 years, while the number of jobs in the field rose.
Banks are replacing traditional recruiting practices with videos of IT employees describing their jobs and events to meet potential applicants in person.
As other industries begin to seriously embrace technology, the competition for hiring the top IT workers commences. But some may need to loosen their ties and shed a stuffy image to attract Silicon Valley workers.
Related issues may be leading to the short average tenure at the company.