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The continued economic upswing and subsequent low unemployment rate created a candidates’ market in the IT staffing world. With demand at its highest – especially for tech pros with experience in AI, cybersecurity, and mobile development – the competition between firms searching for talent remains fierce.
A continued strong economy with a low unemployment rate creates a competitive environment for talented technology candidates. This also places the onus on companies to retain their current employees.
The current technology job market remains one that favors the candidate. In this environment, highlighted by low unemployment and a great demand for skilled tech professionals, companies are seeing a change in professional behavior among IT candidates.