The New York/New Jersey area came in at number one with 8,349 jobs posted on January 3, 2012. That’s an eight percent increase over the same time last year.
While the economy remains tight, IT job availability continues to outpace other sectors, especially in hard-to-fill skill areas. Tech hiring managers are resolute in their staffing priorities for 2012 — they need innovative professionals who design, code, build and operate. Indeed, developers dominate the new year's most pressing hiring needs for a second straight year, although ops professionals make their list debut. This slideshow highlights the top 10 metro locations for tech employment, identified by Dice.com, based on the number of jobs posted as of January 3, 2012.
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