5 tech jobs that keep going unfilled, and why they might be vacant


A July report on job trends indicates five key positions in the tech industry are going unfilled, likely due to low unemployment numbers and the knowledge among skilled professionals that they have their pick of positions. According to career solutions and talent development company LHH, software developer/engineer, product manager, program manager, network engineer/architect and computer systems engineer/architect jobs have, in descending order, been the hardest to fill in the past 90 days. SEE: Juggling remote work with kids' education is a mammoth task. Here's how employers can help (free PDF) (TechRepublic) The jobs going unfilled don't necessarily match up with the most frequently posted job titles, though. The top five tech jobs by number of postings are project manager, senior software engineer, software engineer, Java developer and systems administrator.

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