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Connecticut IT Jobs Report April 2011

April 2011 – Labor demand for technology workers did not develop as expected over the past 30 days. Employers in Connecticut slowed new job postings for IT talent, adding only 2.1% more opportunities to their listings. This is quite disappointing since there are only three more months until vacations time. Rising energy cost not seen since 2008 may be part of the reason why employers are cautious and take more time before making a hiring decision. On the positive side, a new study of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) shows that more employers are planning to hire in the 2nd quarter than during the same time last year.  Read the full report: Download Skillproof IT Connecticut Report April 2011

Click here for a range of data and articles on the economic outlook for Connecticut and the New England region, prepared by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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