March 24, 2011 – As seen with many current employees in a variety of positions and industries, CIOs seem to jump from company to company. In fact, results from a Janco Associates Inc. survey show that the median length of employment for CIOs is approximately four years and one month.
“We have seen a fairly steady change in the CIO positions for several quarters,” says Victor Janulaitis, CEO of Janco. “There are a fair number of CIOs who have been in their positions for more than seven years, however many of them are close to retirement age. As a result we feel the median length of employment for the CIO position will not increase any time soon. The good news is that there will opportunities of others to move into those positions.”
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