Published On: Sat, Jan 12th, 2013

11 Hiring Trends IT industry for 20112012

The shocking job losses at the end of the last decade have resulted in reversing the prosperity curve, with the highest rate of unemployment since the early 1980s. Although, the recovery is slower, however, there is evidence that the economy and hiring trends especially in IT industry is on the rise in 2011 and 2012. It is considered that the year 2011-2012 would be the time when one can finally experience some improvements. IT professionals, more than any other sector, must keep up with the latest trends and technologies.
1. Big Gains in Information Technology Sector
The survey and analysis of employment index which provides broad and comprehensive monthly analysis of online job demand, gives a constant snapshot of the current hiring trends. This year, employment index, sees big gains in technology hiring with a 20% annual growth in the IT and mathematical occupational category. In a manner it increase IT training and certification demands amongst the students and professionals.
2. Certifications Impact Pay Huge
According to international standards, one of the significant factors affecting the salary of IT professionals is IT Certification . Achieving one or more certification always pays back, anywhere from basic CompTIA A+ Certification to the advanced Cisco Certification. However, hands-on knowledge of a particular skill-set is also mandate, when one combines effect of in-demand skill set and specific flashy certification, to justify a particular job role, the salary raise happens on its own.
3. Some IT Certifications are better than others
Although, there are many certifications in the market, however, only few carries influence in the industry. Industry veterans say that not all certification create equal paycheck impact. Here is the list of top IT certifications as we move ahead into 2011.

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