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Tech Job Market to Remain a Bright Spot in 2013

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Once a candidate is identified, 53 percent of hiring managers and recruiters said candidates are asking for more money, as compared to six months ago. And, more than one-third (39 percent) of technology hiring professionals said they are seeing more counteroffers than in the previous six months. Those factors combined appear to be impacting recruiting, with 28 percent of hiring professionals noting they've experienced an increase in technology professionals rejecting job offers in the last six months.

The job market for technology professionals has been a bright spot amid what economic-types typically have termed a modest recovery. That "bright spot" status should remain true into 2013, according to more than 1,000 technology-focused hiring managers and recruiters surveyed by Dice.

 

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