Permanent vacancies continue to rise, with growth seen in Scotland, Southern England and the West.
IT jobs are on the increase according to IT recruitment site CWJobs.co.uk.
Year-on-year, vacancies in southern England have seen modest growth with 27,421 job vacancies posted in the quarter, a rise of 4.6 per cent on the year.
Comments Richard Nott, website director, CWJobs: “As investment in technology firms increases, there is less need for professionals to be based in the capital city, giving professionals the opportunity to work across many different regions.
This is good news for the industry and for the prospects of IT Apprentices or indeed anyone entering the field of technical IT there may no longer need to consider re-locating to get the best jobs.
As IT’s position as an inherently ‘networked industry’ grows.
Areas of particular growth include .net technology however networking and IT support still provide a high proportion of all jobs
Kirk Redhead MBCS
Business Development Manager
ITEC Learning Technologies Ltd