Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
Weak job reports in December and January are in no way signaling a slowdown in employment growth in the U.S. As per the article titled “Future Job Outlooks Appear Positive” published early this month on EmploymentSpectator, ‘the job outlooks for the future and overall situation could be better than expected.’ Gad Levanon, Director of macroeconomic research at the Conference Board, also agrees that the jobs index will rise through the year. And if that was not all, Economists claim that the Information Technology (IT) sector will be one of the top five sectors that will reflect the job growth. This is supported by the U.S. News 100 Best Jobs of 2014 rankings, that places a tech job (software developer) on the top spot. The report predicts that about 140,000 new openings for software developers will be created in the country until 2022. A glimpse of the job growth in this sector can be viewed on InformationTechnologyCrossing. The site already reports more than 242,500 IT jobs. Of these, 38,957 openings are for software developers.
InformationTechnologyCrossing is an extremely sophisticated IT job-aggregation site that cleverly pulls out job listings constantly from various online sources and makes them readily available to job seekers at one location. Job seekers get the opportunity to browse through these jobs for free for 72 hours. Since the beginning of this year, the site has reported a consistent increase in the number of jobs for software developers, computer systems analysts and web developers in the U.S.
Currently, there is an increasing demand for IT professionals which can be attributed considerably to people’s dependence on technology for a lot of things. According to Harrison Barnes, Chief Executive Officer of Employment Research Institute (ERI), “Starting from the alarm clock app to the host of applications used on the computer at the office; software developers, designers, programmers and the like are making their mark in all aspects of our lives. As a result, there is a high demand for IT professionals, resulting in excellent job forecasts for people creating high-tech applications, devices or networks.”
Becoming a member at InformationTechnologyCrossing is easy as it does not have a lengthy registration process and it offers various benefits to job seekers. Two major advantages of getting associated with this site are: (1) getting up-to-the-minute information about the sector through interesting reads, newsletters and e-mails; (2) Being aware of almost all openings in relevant IT fields - not just in America, but also across the globe.
There are 242,512 programmer jobs, about 1,070 software quality assurance analyst opportunities, and 31,837 network analyst jobs listed on this IT jobs portal that need to be filled. To view more vacancies, visit: http://www.informationtechnologycrossing.com/browse-jobs/jobs.html.
InformationTechnologyCrossing is part of the Employment Research Institute, which is one of the most powerful and comprehensive organizations dedicated to helping professionals find jobs that will enhance their careers. Employment Research Institute consists of 120+ of industry-specific and 120+ location-specific job boards and it consolidates every job opening it can find at one convenient location. The website also offers a 72-hour free trial to new members.