The jobs outlook for IT professionals looks considerably brighter for this year after a relatively flat 2014, with a newly published report showing that new staff hirings in the technology/digital sector are on the rise.
Businesses have been advised not to ignore the Christmas-New Year holiday period in their search for new employees, with a warning that it could cost them an opportunity to get ahead of their competitors.
Microsoft has once again taken the axe to its shrinking workforce, this time laying off another 2,100 employees as the company moves towards its target of cutting 18,000 staff, or about 14% of its workforce.
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