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Decline in demand for hi-tech jobs slows in April

Manpower group says several groups have smaller decline in demand in April as compared to March

The month of April saw a slowdown in the decline in demand for hi-tech workers in Israel. According to the MIT Manpower Group in Israel, the decline for such professionals dropped by only 1.5% between April and March, as opposed to 5% the month before.

 

Data was accrued by checking electronic and print wanted ads. It indicated that three out of six professional groups – managers, materials engineers and software engineers - had increased demand in April.

 

It should be noted, however, that the demand for hi-tech professionals is much lower than it was last year. Demand for managers, for example, is 65.8% lower than it was in 2008.

 

Furthermore, in other groups, decline in demand increased. Project managers and team leader groups showed an additional 5% decline and the demand for programmers fell by 2.4% in comparison to March. Compared to last April, there has been a decline in demand of between 25 to 38%.

 


פרסום ראשון: 05.13.09, 13:33
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