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ITIL job market analysis
The current global economic climate remains tense with many organizations and individuals reluctant to invest or spend. The knock-on effect is that the job markets are somewhat subdued.
It has been brought to our attention that in the United Kingdom some analysis has been undertaken regarding their ITIL jobs market.
The analysis may be of interest to those individuals who are seeking ITIL positions and provides exposure of some of the 'keywords' and 'experience' that are being searched for by those who are recruiting and may well apply to other ITIL job markets around the globe.
The analysis comprises of the following areas:
  • Salaries for 'permanent jobs'
  • Demand Trend
  • Salary Trend
  • Salary Histogram
  • ITIL jobs by location
  • Related IT skills
  • Top rated IT skills by Category
    • Processes and Methodologies
    • Qualifications
    • Quality Assurance and Compliance
The information can be found by clicking here (opens in a new window).
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