Recruiters see a massive increase in IT job adverts as companies up investments in IT infrastructure to grow competitive advantage.
By 2019, about a quarter of traditional IT operations job titles will be replaced, says Fujitsu.
The number of IT jobs advertised in Q2 2015 in SA has increased by 3% compared to Q1 2015, says Robert Walters.
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The economy may slow this year, but this should not be the case for the ICT jobs market, says DMA People.