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IT job vacancies continue to fall


IT Job Vacancies in the UK Fell by 28% in April-June 2002
The number of IT job vacancies in the UK fell by 28% between April – June 2002, compared to January – March 2002. However, this was the smallest fall for several successive quarters, according to the UK Quarterly Regional IT Skills Index from SSP (Salary Survey Publications Ltd) and CWJobs.

The report suggests that the rate of decline in the UK IT jobs market is slowing down, with signs of recovery in the South East, which has been hardest hit by the poor performance of the IT sector in the last two years.

But in the North West, IT vacancies in Q2 showed the worst performance for several quarters, with a drop of 45%. The North East, the Midlands and the West & Wales all saw quarterly falls of over 30% in job vacancies.


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