The Job Forecast for 2014 is looking good based on several articles posted on the web lately.
From SHRM.org‘s article – Looking Ahead to the 2014 Job Market – they are forecasting highest growth in service sector. They are predicting no growth or layoffs with good-producing sector. College graduates will have better year than in 2012 and 2013. Software developers and Mobile application developers will still be in good demand according to Robert Half‘s projections.
Robert Half‘s article – Robert Half Releases 2014 Salary Guides – is predicting increase of overall salaries increasing by 3.7 percent while select IT positions will increase by 5.6 percent. For more of the salary projections, please view the article. They are predicting a demand in executive and administrative assistants and customer service managers as well as support staff in healthcare field.
Per CNBC.com‘s article – 2014 May Be The Year The Job Market Sees Real Improvement – there will be an uptick in better-quality, higher-paying jobs in addition to lower-paying, part-time jobs.
From CNN Money’s article – Tech job forecast for 2014: Hot, and getting hotter – they are reporting that IT forecast will be hot with bigger salaries for 2014. College Graduates with Computer Science have a sunny outlook.
Per Dice.com‘s article – Which Tech Jobs Will Win, Which will Lose in 2014 – for those in IT, you will need to have certain skills to see the increases. Those in operational roles will continue to lose value. Those with experience with Cloud, Big Data, mobile applications, and mobile devices will be in hot demand. Security professionals will see a decrease in need for their services.