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Demand for Information Technology Staff Grows

Demand for information technology staff in San Diego has ticked up slightly from the previous quarter, according to a survey released Dec. 4 by Robert Half Technology.

Some 11 percent of chief information officers surveyed said they plan to add staff during the first quarter of 2008, while 4 percent said they plan to cut staff.

The net 7 percent increase is up 1 point from the area’s fourth-quarter 2007 forecast.

Also Dec. 4, Robert Half International reported that 9 percent of chief financial officers in the San Diego area plans to add accounting and finance staff during the first quarter of 2008. A group comprising 9 percent plans to reduce personnel, while a group comprising 82 percent foresees no change in hiring.

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Pollsters commissioned by Robert Half contacted 200 chief information officers in the area for the first survey, and 200 chief financial officers in the area for the second.

, Brad Graves

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