Contractor News Roundup: July 2020
IT workers were asked to rate how Britain’s computer jobs market will fare over the next 12 months, during a survey by recruitment agency IntaPeople. More than a third of those interviewed believed the market will improve slightly, with a further 9% stating that it will improve significantly – suggesting that almost half think it is on a positive trajectory. A further 27% expected no change at all, meaning that less than a quarter felt there was a possibility of a reduction on the state of the market. IntaPeople commented that a number of major IT projects were being set in motion in 2011, including the migration from XP to Windows 7 and the switchover to cloud computing, adding,“The predominantly positive outlook of IT professionals suggests that they recognise the importance of IT as businesses prepare themselves for an upturn in the economy.”
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