WebSphere Insights announced the release of an article investigating the highly-competitive IT job market, with a focus specifically on IBM WebSphere skills.
Online PR News – 06-August-2013 – Dedham, Mass – DEDHAM, MASS., August 5, 2013 – WebSphere Insights announced the release of an article investigating the highly-competitive IT job market, with a focus specifically on IBM WebSphere skills.
The article “In demand: Skilled WebSphere professionals” explores the salaries, job titles and software skills that developers, administrators and line-of-business WebSphere professionals need to know to gain an advantage in the marketplace.
“We interviewed top IT recruiters, asking what skills are necessary to stand out,” says Cara Hogan, Features Editor for WebSphere Insights. “We also surveyed our readers, and created an infographic of the top job skills, job titles with the most growth potential, and more.”
The overall technology job market has recovered more quickly than other industries since the recession, according to Tom Silver, Senior Vice President at Dice, a technology career company.
“It’s a tight market,” Silver says. “The unemployment among tech professionals is running around half the national average—about three percent—which is pretty good. But turnover by historical standards among tech professionals is below average. People are not as bold as they would have been in the last tech boom in voluntarily moving and changing jobs. People are a bit more measured.”
To read more about the IBM WebSphere job market, and to activate a free subscription to WebSphere Insights, visit www.WebSphereInsights.com.
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WebSphere Insights is an independent, digital magazine focused on IBM WebSphere technologies and market trends. Published quarterly, each issue provides strategic information, executive interviews, customer case studies, partner profiles, and guidance from industry experts who help IBM customers make more educated, sound technology decisions.
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