September 3, 2010 – Many of the recent job gains for CIOs and HR departments are temporary positions and U.S. business leaders don’t anticipate a return to hiring or budgets to levels prior to the recession, according to a new Garnter study.

Gartner released a survey of employment and departmental factors from 358 U.S.-based organizations. Among other findings, the survey showed that the recovery in IT jobs or an increase in head count from March 1, 2009 to Feb. 28, 2010 were primarily from short-term, temporary contractor positions rather than permanent staff positions.

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