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IT Hiring Flat In September After A Year Of Growth

IT hiring was flat in September for the economy as a whole, but technology companies like ISPs, search portals, and data processing companies continue hiring IT.

W. David Gardner

October 12, 2006

1 Min Read

After a year of growth in IT employment, IT hiring went flat in September, according to the National Association of Computer Consultant Businesses (NACCB.)

NACCB said Wednesday, however, that demand for IT professionals remained strong in IT sectors. Non-IT sectors showed a slight slowing of IT hiring demand.

IT sectors including ISPs, search portals, and data processing companies increased hiring of IT workers, according to the NACCB report.

Also, some selected non-IT areas like financial services and health care increased their hiring.

Overall, IT employment in September 2006 was 3,667,100 -- up 4.2 percent from September 2005.

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