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In the most significant sign of future growth, fully three-quarters (75 percent) of information industry executives say their company will have more employees in two years than it has today.

As part of its annual Information Industry Summit, the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) recently released a survey of 50 CEOs, vice presidents and general managers of leading digital content and publishing companies. The survey found strong positive signs regarding job and economic growth, along with a clear industry focus on “Big Data,” while suggesting that economic uncertainty remains.

 

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