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Finding jobs in the information technology sector across North Carolina is getting harder. A new report from the N.C. Technology Association says high-tech job openings fell 10 percent in July from June, ending a six-month streak of more openings.
The total number of IT job openings in June marked the fifth consecutive month that job posts have increased this year. Read more about IT employment trends.
The daily average number of information technology jobs across North Carolina increased for the fourth consecutive month in May. However, openings remain well below those of a year ago. Software jobs are down by more than 50 percent. One category that is up: "Offshore team coordination."
The latest IT Job Trends report from the North Carolina Technology Association shows a slight uptick in advertised openings across the state for April, but the market remains sluggish compared to a year ago. What skills are in most demand? Where is opportunity declining? We've got the numbers.
WRALTechWire readers who sign on as subscribers and become Insiders can save $20 off the admission price to the North Carolina Technology Association's annual "State of Technology" conference on Thursday.
Despite concerns that the federal budget squabbles in Washington might cut into high-tech job demand, the number of advertised openings across North Carolina actually increased in March. But a new report warns the spring blossom may be short-lived.
The number of information technology jobs across North Carolina increased slightly for the second straight month in February, but the latest NCTA IT Job trends report warns that growth is "tepid" and worse news may be coming. Nationally, IT job openings fell 4.5 percent.
Triangle technology job seekers with specialized skills have a a faint glimmer optimism in what has been a dark IT jobs market as one in 10 Raleigh-area IT executives plan to expand their teams in the second quarter, according to a new survey from Robert Half Technology.
The New Year is off to a promising start for information technology job seekers. The number of high-tech job openings in North Carolina increased in January to 3,590, snapping a streak of six straight monthly declines, according to a new report from the North Carolina Technology Association. However, openings were fewer than in January 2012.
A forecast of what's happening in information technology and trends in hiring highlight the North Carolina Technology Association's annual meeting agenda Friday in Charlotte.
Walt Mossberg, the tech media titan who can make or break new gadgets and gizmos with his reviews, says tablets and smartphones are "the future" as people worldwide embrace the "Internet of Things."
NCTA will host six start-ups in the consumer technology industry as part of our Thought Leaders event with Walt Mossberg today. Among them is ReverbNation.
The North Carolina Technology Association will have a party at The Angus Barn next month to kick off a year-long observance of the organization's founding in 1993.