March 8, 2011 – An analysis of the February 2011 U.S. Department of Labor National Employment Report shows a net gain of only 2,600 seasonally adjusted jobs in the IT sector.

For the last three months (December 2010 through February 2011) there has only been an increase of 5,300 seasonally adjusted number of jobs, notes Janco Associates, a management consulting firm that analyzed the data. In the last 12 months the total number of jobs has gone from 2,729,300 to 2,736,600, representing an increase of 7,300 (7,900 unadjusted) jobs. The unadjusted number of jobs shows a loss of 10,400 jobs.

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