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Demand for Software Developers Rises to 55%

Written on January 25, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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If you're a programmer and still looking for a job, here's some good news for you: Demand for software developers are on the rise! Are you ready to bring your skills to the fore-front?

Based on a quarterly report from Salary Services Limited and JobsAdWatch.co.uk., demand for permanent staff in software firms was raised to 8.1% during the last quarter of 2010. In addition to this, salaries for developers also climbed up to six percent.

According to George Molyneaux of SSL, “The main thrust of growth seems to be an active outsourcing market, particularly from the finance sector, which during the last quarter declined by 5.5%.

As of the moment, the most in-demand software skills in the market are C, C#, SQL, .Net and Java. Are you ready to unleash your programming skills?

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