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U.S. Tech Sector Hiring Continues to Thrive

Posted on December 21, 2010 by Jack Trompert

An article in Bloomberg Businessweek that came out recently discusses the growth in hiring for U.S. tech jobs over the past year. The trend is tied in deeply with increased global demand for tech products, as well as a desire for companies to realize cost savings through greater technological innovation.

Both of these trends will continue to contribute to healthy growth in the number of companies looking to hire people with specific technical skills. As more companies look to increase the number of software developers and engineers they hire, they can begin to see an increase in the length of their hiring cycle that they may not be expecting.

With 2011 on the horizon, now is the time (if you haven’t already) to begin thinking about how you’ll grow over the next year. The market for technical talent is heating up, and you don’t want to be left stagnating while your competitors continue to grow.

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Jack Trompert

In 2010, Jack and Janet Trompert started Talent 101 with a clear new vision on how to deliver talent to the marketplace. To work at Talent 101 is to be a part of something creative and big. From our modest roots as an ambitious startup, to becoming a global workforce solution provider to the world’s most recognized semiconductor companies, our growth and momentum owes a lot to our strong company culture of customer service, can do attitude, sense of urgency and always focus on the client and talent.