IT job creation jumped again in January

IT job creation jumped again in January
The news about the IT job market continues to get better.

January 2015 was as strong a month for IT job creation as any in the previous year, with 14,500 jobs being added in the field, according to statistics provided by Janco Associates and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The contrast with the beginning of 2014, when a mere 3,400 jobs were created, couldn’t be starker. Last year the IT job market didn’t really open up until April, but ultimately  more jobs were added throughout the economy in 2014 than in any previous year since 1999. The tally for IT jobs added in 2014 — 112,800 in total — was nearly twice what it was in 2012, according to Janco’s number crunching.

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