Jobs down 76%

February 2003
Computer Weekly;2/20/2003, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on a decline in the percentage of total number of advertised information technology (IT) jobs in Great Britain in 2002. Sectors that experienced modest decline in the number of advertised IT jobs; Software skills in demand; Expectations from various recruitment firms regarding growth in the number of IT jobs in the year 2003.


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