Over the past year, federal and state governmental agencies have signaled their intent to more seriously investigate the misclassification of employees as independent contractors.
The number of information technology jobs continued to grow at a greater rate than in the overall job market, according to a monthly index of IT jobs developed and published by TechServe Alliance, a collaboration of IT services firms, clients, consultants and suppliers.
Cloud computing is still in its relative infancy, but the buzz from 828 poll respondents is about how it will change the way we work and do business.
Information technology isn't doing as badly as other professions in terms of employment. In fact, the IT profession is on a rebound.
The IT jobs market is likely to remain fickle and unpredictable in the coming months, based on the latest U.S. Department of Labor statistics, which indicate the IT employment picture could be impacted by a double dip in the current recession.