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.
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