Sep 1, 2009 | HANOVER, MD | For media inquiries, please contact us at media@TEKsystems.com.
HANOVER, MD – September 01, 2009 – TEKsystems’®, Vice President of Staffing Operations, Mike McSally, and Executive Director, Steve Schumacher provide industry expertise in Monster’s “Is IT Staffing Poised to Lead an Economic Recovery?”
McSally and Schumacher partnered with Monster experts to discuss whether recent data showing the emergence of a positive trend in IT staffing indicates an overall turnaround in the economy. McSally states, “The economic downturn for IT was delivered later than other industries and the impact is expected to be shorter and less profound. There is still a demand for business intelligence, internally and externally, now that IT is more strategic.” Schumacher confirms, stating, “In past recessions, IT has been on the earliest segments to recover due to its leanness and impact on core and transformational business processes.”
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