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Rebound but questions about the pace of the bounce-back
The hot industries in April hiring were: RF Solutions, Cloud Hosting, Big Data Analytics, HealthTech, and Mobile Data Security. Redfish placed people in the roles of: Lead ASIC Design Engineer, Linux Technical Support, Client Partner, Product Manager, Inside Sales, Lead Qualification Specialist, Developer, and Linux Technical Support.
The jobs report showed growth of 223,000 Read more »
Tech Hiring Setting a Record, Overall Job Creation Big Too
Tech hiring remains very strong, with the bulk of November placements in the Network Security, Software Development, Disruptive Software, Digital Media / AdTech Platform, Cloud Hosting, Collaborative Software Development, and Social Music Connection Platform sectors. The most commonly hired positions included: Director of Sales, Product Managers, Test Automation Engineer, Senior DevOps Engineer, Linux Technical Support, Software Engineers, and Lead Front End Engineers.
Tech hiring may hit a record level according to the semi-annual national survey from Dice Holdings, Inc. 60% of hiring managers report the expectation of adding more professionals in the first half of 2015 Read more »
The Rise of Fall Employment Numbers
Back to school, back to work, fall is kicking into gear! Redfish recruiting staff report a strong September with most hiring activity in the Software Development, Enterprise Video, Enterprise Security Management, Mobile Social Networking, and Wearable Health Technology sectors. The leading roles hired were: Web Designers, Backend Engineers, Mobile Engineers, Lead Application Packager, and Account Executives.
ADP reported that 213,000 private-sector jobs were added in September. “September’s jobs added number marks the sixth straight month of employment gains above 200,000. Read more »
Tech Dog Days of Summer
End of summer tech hiring was strong in sales and marketing as well as development. Redfish staff reported that the majority of hiring was for Senior Account Executives, a Director of Marketplace Growth, and an Artist Relations Manager on the S&M side. Tech hiring was predominantly for Backend Engineers and Serving Software Engineers, and a Technical Product Manager. The tech sectors with the strongest hiring in August were: IT Agility Applications, Wireless Digital Health Technology and Wearable Health Technology, Social Media Platform, and Social Music Connection Platform.
The DICE midyear hiring survey highlights the low unemployment rate for tech professionals, it is about half that of the overall job market. And the unemployment rate for some tech positions are especially low, for example 1.1% for network architects and 1.2% for database administrators. “These meager numbers will fan recruiting battles Read more »
In July recruiting and hiring activity revolved around senior roles: Senior Account Executives, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Technical Marketing Manager, DevOps, and Senior QA Engineers. The primary hiring occurred by companies focused on Semantic Intelligence Software, AdTech Platform, Customer Loyalty/Retention Technology, Game Development Technology, and CRM for Google Apps.
The American economy revved up the second quarter with GDP hitting a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.0%, according to the Department of Commerce. Read more »
Recruiting, Staffing & Employment News – December 2013
Redfish Technology, Nationwide High Tech Recruiters, placed sales professionals and software developers in cloud related sectors in the month of November. With Virtual Testing, Data Sync, Hosting, and SaaS Migration showing the most hiring activity.
According to TechServe Alliance, the national trade association of the IT & Engineering Staffing and Solutions industry, IT employment grew for the 26th consecutive month. In fact, on a year-over-year basis, IT employment grew by 5.53% since October 2012 adding 236,200 IT workers. Engineering jobs also grew again in October, adding 36,600 engineering workers on a year-over-year basis since October 2012 (+1.50%).
The latest Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia forecast shows little change for the U.S. economy outlook. Real GDP is expected to grow at an annual rate of 1.8 percent this quarter, down from the previous estimate of 2.2 percent. Looking ahead to next three quarters, the Federal Reserve anticipates 2.1% average GDP growth.
The Jobs Report showed that private payrolls increased by 196,000 (beating expectations of 173,000). This follows gains of 214,000 in October. The unemployment rate dropped to 7.0 percent from 7.3 percent in October (also better than expected). Growing sectors included the goods-producing jobs (+44,000), professional and business services (+35,000), retail trade (+22,000), manufacturing (+27,000), and construction (+17,000).
Answers to last week’s 10 Questions
Last week we published a pop quiz to test you savvy on the latest employment, deployment, and penetration rates of the various cleantech sectors.
The answers follow below.
1. Which renewable sector deployment grew by 28 percent in 2012 in the U.S.? Read more »
CleanTech Trends Pop Quiz
10 Questions to Test Your CleanTech Savvy
Are you savvy on the latest employment, deployment, and penetration rates of the various cleantech sectors? Take this 10-question pop quiz and test your knowledge. Read more »
Recruiting, Staffing & Employment News – June 2013
Redfish’s main recruiting in May involved Quality Assurance, Systems and other Software Engineers, as well as Delivery Managers. The main tech sectors where we were busiest include Cloud/Grid Computing, Performance Management Software, Network Intelligence, and 3D Mapping Software.
Tech sectors are steaming along, and the competition to hire talent is on-going. There is also a shortage of qualified talent in sectors like health care, biotech and cleantech.
The wider economy appears to be gathering steam as well. Indications of the recovery include the U.S. economy growth at a 2.4%, brisk vehicle sales, and very important real estate gains. The jobs report Friday showed that payrolls rose 175,000 last month after a revised 149,000 increase in April that was smaller than first estimated (private payrolls rose 178,000 after gaining 157,000 in April); the unemployment rate rose to 7.6 percent from 7.5 percent. Read more »