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IT Hiring at Near Standstill


Job creation in the IT market has slowed, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor statistics.

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Comments (2)
Someone in the BLS didn't see the piece on CBS about the thousands of unfilled tech positions on the west coast. According to the piece, companies are hiring from outside the US and using the H-1B visas. There are some many companies that want to hire foreigners with computer, engineering and technicalskills that the State Department is considering implementing a lottery for the 65,000 H-1B visas that are available.
Posted by Mary K | Friday, April 12 2013 at 2:45PM ET
"In addition to BLS data showing record-low labor market participation levels, Janco notes that the sequester increases the likelihood the economic recovery could falter and job growth could slow further." --- What about the spent Trillions that did not make a dent in UE rate as well as the printing of $85 Billions/month due to Quantitative Easing ? That is equivalent with 12 Sequestration/year . Let face it the economic climate is not pointing to hiring and job creation .
Posted by NICK D | Friday, April 12 2013 at 3:11PM ET
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