Employers are intending to hire new staff over the remainder of this year, but the positive employment outlook is dampened somewhat by new research indicating that many employees feel let down in on-the-job training and are actively looking to switch jobs.
National demand for ICT executives has risen for the first time in July after three consecutive monthly losses.
Hourly rates for contractors have fallen steadily to new lows over the past nine months, although employers are still cautious when hiring, with contract employment continuing to dominate the ICT jobs market over permanent placements despite a small “subtle” shift to permanents.
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