CIOs pulled the trigger on hiring in May. In the last 3 months almost 40,000 IT jobs have been created - almost 140,000 in the last 12 months…
Park City UT -- https://www.e-janco.com -- May showed an expansion of the IT job market as CIOs became have approved hiring new IT Pros. The last 3 months show an increase of 39,800 new IT jobs. From BLS data it is clear that the IT job market growth has been averaging 14,000 plus new jobs per month.
With increased Covid-19 infections reported and election looming in the fall of this year,
many enterprisesare unsure of the overall impact of the elections will be.
In the short term untill the US market re-open hiring has been put on hold
by most organizations
The CEO of Janco Associates, Inc. , Mr. M V Janulaitis said, "For the most part, the number of new computer science and IT professional jobs has been flat this entire year. " The CEO added, "Many CIOs who were optimistic about the growth of IT budgets and staff in January, now have put hiring plans on hold except for 'must have' replacements and additions for specific areas where operational executives have approved budgets. " In addition, "There is very little appetite for new capital projects which are driven by the need for new technology or upgrades. CIOs are telling people to 'make due' with what they have. "
The CEO of Janco Associates, Inc. , Mr. M V Janulaitis said, "The number of new computer science and IT professional jobs grown this year. 139,100 new jobs have been created in the last 12 months. " The CEO added, "Many CIOs who were optimistic about the growth of IT budgets and staff in January, now have started to execute hiring plans. " In addition he added, "There is now some appetite for new capital projects which are driven by the need for new technology or upgrades. CIOs are telling people that they are working on new technologies and applications. "
Expanding on his comments, Janulaitis said, "The recovery seems moved ahead and CFOs, whom almost half of all CIOs report to, have started to allow for some new incremental spending. "
The CEO of Janco said, "Based on our interviews of 107 CIOs in the last several weeks, we find that new hires are now on board and requisitions are in place for more new hires. This is definitely a signal that job prospects are improving for IT Pros. " Janulaitis cautioned, "A wild card is when national elections are approaching, spending often is curtailed until a better picture of what new economic policies will be in place is known. "
There is significant activity is in the standardization of IT job titles and pay grades. The CEO said, "We have seen significant interest in our IT Job Family Classification System and the alignment and standardization of pay grades. " See more information at https://www.e-janco.com/it-job-family.html.
The moving average was impacted by several adjustments
in the number of new jobs and COVID-19 reported
by the BLS.
This chart is not the originally published one, rather it is updated with the current data based on the analysis by Janco Associates, Inc. For the latest IT Employment Data click here.
The CEO added, "From a review of the latest BLS data, Janco has found that there was a net increase of approximately 39,800 IT jobs in the last three months and this shows a growth in the number of new IT jobs. "
Janco is an international consulting firm that follows issues that concerns CIOs and CFOs and publishes a series of IT and business infrastructure HandiGuides® and Templates including a Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Template, Security Template and IT Salary Survey.