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IT Hiring Outlook Is Upbeat, Study Finds
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4/27/2015 | 12:11:18 PM
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@DanielCawry: I think the most job flexibility is enjoyed by people with a management degree because they can shift their positions and go anywhere they like, even HR and ground work as well. So for them its not always about money as much as it is about the merits of the job.
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4/27/2015 | 12:05:53 PM
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@SunitaT0: That may be the case but I have seen many developers get along well even with recession on top of their heads. Even those developers who were let go set up small freelancing businesses giving software solutions and joined work as soon as recession was over. 
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4/26/2015 | 5:47:33 AM
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@Daniel: I agree, however you must also see that IT people including developers and security people have to go through the same basic recruitment philosophy once they change their job, and if they aren't quite renowned developers, they may not get hired.
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4/22/2015 | 9:30:31 PM
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Technical talent is hard to come by. Especially developers and security staff – most of them are highly paid and are very skilled individuals. There's often very little reason for these types of people to switch jobs unless they want to – they are very much in control of their careers, and will go to a place that makes them happy. It's not necessarily about money for them. 


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