Q3 registers a 15 percent increase in tech jobs demand

Washington DC. November 15, 2010: The demand for Information Technology professionals is increasing as more US firms are hiring people with key skill sets to boost their business. 2010 third quarter shows 15 percent jump in Tech jobs posting for most of the skills compared to the same period in 2009. The months of August and September this year saw the biggest demand for technology professionals compared to the last few quarters.

"There is a steady demand for quality and technically skilled people in the US IT industry as companies invest in new solutions," said Prabakaran Murugaiah, Founder and CEO of Corp-Corp.com [Now TechFetch.com]. "Every month, companies are hiring more IT professionals".

California, where most large US technology firms such as Google, Hewlett Packard and Facebook are located, was the top state to hire IT experts. The US East Coast followed West Coast companies in hiring skilled technology people in Q3.

The top 10 American states for technology jobs are California (CA), New Jersey (NJ), New York (NY), Texas (TX), Illinois (IL), Pennsylvania (PA), Virginia (VA), Georgia (GA), Massachusetts (MA), and Florida (FL).

An analysis of all jobs that were opened during this period showed a sharp increase in skills that require business analysts and experts in Data Warehousing, Java, J2EE, Oracle Apps, SAP and mobile application. The key development in Q3 was the demand for cloud computing professionals for segments such as Salesforce and mobile application, a segment that witnessed little jobs last year.

A detailed dynamic report by skill and state available at - http://www.techfetch.com/press-release/Market_Report_2010-Q3.htm



Most of the skills show a positive trend in more job opportunities except Skills like Mainframe, System administration and Unix/Shell Scripting.

As the US economy grows, there is demand for talented technology professionals who are building new technology and solutions keeping in pace with the changing business dynamics.

A complete distribution of skills in demand is as shown below.



Individual Skill Trend Report:

Individual Skill by State Trend Report:

Map of USA

Quarterly IT Consulting Report

This report is compiled from contract positions posted at www.corp-corp.com [Now www.techfetch.com] for IT consulting and contracting jobs during 2009-Q3 and 2010-Q3. TechFetch analyzes over 30,000 jobs posted by over 400 employers across the US to publish this report. These statistics are specific to IT consulting opportunities posted at Corp-Corp.com [Now TechFetch.com].

About TechFetch.com

Founded in 2007,Corp-Corp.com [Now TechFetch.com] is one of the fast growing networks of technology recruiters and talents. Our technology connects relevant job and resume in 30 seconds. The network is powered by FETCH an innovative and disruptive technology from www.corp-corp.com [Now www.techfetch.com].

The FETCH engine is trusted by over 6,000 technology staffing companies that post over 40,000 technology jobs every month. Our mission is to eliminate technology sector unemployment.

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By Skills :
Java, J2EE SAP DBAs Siebel C++, VC++
Mainframe PeopleSoft Oracle Apps QA / Testing Web / Internet
IT Executives SalesForce.com Embedded System Reporting Tools Business Analyst
Sys Admin/Network Mobile Application Project Management Database Developer Data Warehousing/ETL
Dot NET, ASP, VB, C# Unix, C, Shell Scripting

By States:
Alabama (AL) Alaska (AK) Arizona (AZ) Arkansas (AR) California (CA) Colorado (CO)
Connecticut (CT) Delaware (DE) Florida (FL) Georgia (GA) Hawaii (HI) Idaho (ID)
Illinois (IL) Indiana (IN) Iowa (IA) Kansas (KS) Kentucky (KY) Louisiana (LA)
Maine (ME) Maryland (MD) Massachusetts (MA) Michigan (MI) Minnesota (MN) Mississippi (MS)
Missouri (MO) Montana (MT) Nebraska (NE) Nevada (NV) New Hampshire (NH) New Jersey (NJ)
New Mexico (NM) New York (NY) North Carolina (NC) North Dakota (ND) Ohio (OH) Oklahoma (OK)
Oregon (OR) Pennsylvania (PA) Rhode Island (RI) South Carolina (SC) South Dakota (SD) Tennessee (TN)
Texas (TX) Utah (UT) Vermont (VT) Virginia (VA) Washington (WA) District of Columbia (DC)
West Virginia (WV) Wisconsin (WI) Wyoming (WY)