Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Tech skills pulling in more pay, report says | CNET News.com: "'The pendulum has since swung to the other side, as companies have become more aware of the difficulties in doing offshoring successfully and achieving anticipated cost savings,' Foote said in a statement.

'(They're) once again investing in their own people to build and maintain systems critical to their business strategies,' he added. 'And they're using competitive pay to attract and hire workers with the right combinations of technical and business skills to do this.'"

hurray! more $$$$$

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