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Egos wants your help building a database to ‘name and shame’ IT contract-breakers.
The stock of banks cutting rates is rapidly heading in the wrong direction.
A short supply of mcommerce skills is pushing daily rates upwards.
Finance remains a better payer than agencies even when rate cuts are factored in.
'Secure a longer-term IT contract at current pay rates while you still can.'
Be prepared for change, IT teams told, as you’ll work under a much greater cloud.
First improvement in IT contractor hiring since April – REC.
With the banks cutting the rates paid to IT contractors, CUK looks at the impact this will this have on the market as a whole moving into 2012.
Freelance specialists are higher on the options list for skill-starved IT departments.
A 27 per cent dip in new IT contracts is a momentary wobble, ‘hopefully’.
Prospects for temps still aren’t bright enough to see IT contracts out of the red.
Uncertainty over the economy is helping to line IT contractors’ pockets.
Poor quality and turnout from permies is pushing IT hirers towards freelancers.
Adverts for IT skills in the third quarter clearly favoured a freelance audience.
September saw investment banks refuse to gamble with risky contract IT hires.
RBS & Nomura follow UBS by shaving 10% off IT contractors’ rates.
Microsoft product specialists seen going in the opposite direction to iDevelopers.
Leading agents on where IT contractors remain in demand and what they face in 2012.
The proposed ring fencing of consumer banking operations advised by the Vickers report could have a positive impact on the IT contractor market.
What now for NHS IT contractors with a change from a national IT platform to a more regional system?
A ‘contracting’ labour market isn’t referring to a revolution that temporary workers will cheer.
Computing powered a stronger quarter for the internet’s temporary job-seekers.
All eyes on September to see if financial IT staff can avoid a slump start.
REC: Just a blip, or the return to the unwelcome cost-cutting measures of 2008?
Hiring freezes, rate cuts and even a contractor cull – the UK’s IT jobs engine is spluttering.
High-profile City clients dismiss hordes of IT workers, blaming restructuring.
‘UK’s economic recovery has seen the IT jobs market in the capital rebound.’
‘Social media heavyweights with a technology streak should be £35,000 better off.’
The biggest pool of perm and contract jobs in Scotland is reserved for techies.
Never so bleak: the prospects of IT contractors looking to the state slump to a new low.
Crisis-hit sector will still provide IT contractors with the most work, Giant poll shows.
SQL, C and C# developers dominate ad space, whether contract or full-time.
‘A cooling in the City so slight that it may signal IT contractor demand has a stronger toehold.’
Some return for those umbrella and limited company workers who invested in their skills – APSCo.
More IT contractor jobs than a year ago, but cost concerns have hirers ‘very cautious’.
May saw IT contractors steal a small but significant edge on their permanent counterparts.
Contractor bidding war intensifies, as insurers launch five-figure deals to win Solvency II skills.
‘Alarming’ number of rank-and-file IT staff want to jump ship before September.
End-users’ hiring woes dominated by a lack of niche and technical skills – CIPD/Hays.
IT workers at the state’s work department face losing their jobs to Bangalore.