Market News & Reports
Four facets of the IT contracts market show no sign of election jitters.
Latest rate data revealed to a techie testing the water of IT contracting.
What 21 IT contractor skills are worth -- this year and last.
'They may be rare, but opportunities await IT suppliers in a host of public areas.'
The IT specialisms that are sought-after this year, and a few that aren’t.
Despite broader economic woes, contractor rates continued to climb over Q3.
Despite tales of woe in the wider economy, second quarter IT contractor pay suggests cause for summer cheer.
But the fifth consecutive growth month for IT contractors suggests a spring is overdue.
Coalition IT strategy largely pinned on its small suppliers, but not their sub-contractors.
After 30-month high in Q3, 2010 finishes weakly.
More hope than gloom, say IT workers, though 'apprehension remains.'
Bank's cull of techies expected to lead to a 'flooded' IT jobs market.
Computer giant bites into its UK ranks, offering redundancy or 'redeployment'.
How agents are speaking up about IT contractors bodes well for rising rates.
Billings of IT contractors fell in September to their lowest level this year.
Rates reach a 30-month high.
City clients keep the brakes on, having hired too many IT contractors too early.
Growing skill shortages offer some buzz to a quieter IT contractor jobs market.
Contractors' confidence in the market runs ahead of agencies' trading figures.
Worst-case contracts cull would put a third of small firms on insolvency watch.
Money and movement are finite for IT contractors with rusty skill-sets.
Computing & IT topped the purchasing managers' chart in August.
E-skills says actual IT pay growth is 'less inspiring' than job boards imply.
Freelance IT jobs recovery stalls, in London at least.
Perm & contract candidates for IT roles were Scotland's hottest in July.
Harvey Nash updates the IT staff agency market, revealing 'encouraging' signs.
IT managers urged to protect & improve to fend off deeper spending cuts.
Government-ordered cutbacks made July a quieter month for IT contractors.
The upturn in contract IT hires is no longer limited to financial services.
Hope for IT contractors whose skills the REC never reports as scarce.
Investment banks, and certainty, created a 'boom' for IT contractors in June.
Agency billings show the sixth month halted a slide in demand for IT contractors.
Leading recruiters map out where it's hottest overseas for freelance IT skills.
Recruiter says the City has taken an even bigger stake in the UK's IT jobs market.
HP announces 934 job losses from its 16,500-strong UK workforce - 2,000 temporary staff and contractors not included.
CUK looks at where the work will fall, as rates recover from a return in contracts and client confidence.
CUK looks at contract openings in Part One of a report on Ireland's IT jobs market.
Average rates steady, with good news ahead for BAs and finance.
Another year looms of IT budgets failing to keep up with workload demands.
Two of the ID scheme's leading IT contractors should emerge unscathed.