High-tech recruitment picks up
Hiring in high tech rose 10.2% during the second quarter of 2009, compared with the first quarter, according to a survey by recruitment company Nisha Group. Companies are opening positions, and cutbacks and layoffs are declining
Nisha CEO Paule Tzuker said, "Companies' hiring processes are slow. The logic is clear and they constantly try to get the best candidates in the market. Most candidates are finding their next job through personal connections, others use the Internet. A large proportion of candidates chose to stay at their place of work after testing the job market in the current climate."
Tzuker added, "The hot jobs are now in sales, where a lot of jobs are being offered. Job offers for product managers are up slightly. R&D is always hot and candidates with qualifications and experience have no trouble finding work. We're also seeing a slight rise in testing, support, and systems job offerings."
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