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"Monster.com has new article about IT careers in 2011. It has a positive lilt to it, but they unknowingly just remind us of the very ugly side of this profession as well. It's a stinkin' profession. Check out an excerpt from the article! (See my sarcastic comments in brackets) "Most of the IT people who were laid off over the past two years were managers with no current technical skills, including line managers, project managers and business analysts," says David Marceau, vice president at Ridgefield One, a Connecticut IT staffing agency. "Their responsibilities were then dumped on the techies, who were forced to wear multiple hats, often for the same or even lower pay." [This is what we've seen across the board - more roles consolidated into a few - more work at lower pay. The workplace definition of deflation.] As the economy improves in 2011, IT hiring will pick up as companies implement projects they put off during the recession and rehire those laid-off project managers, he says. [Smile - you're supposed to be thrilled!] Companies will also need to hire network engineers, developers and support-desk personnel to help install replacements for slow or obsolete systems, servers and networks, says Tammy Browning, senior vice president at Yoh, a Philadelphia-based staffing firm. "Project managers in companies will become more in demand, along with IT business analysts who can bridge the gap between business and process," Browning says. "Those were the first people to go, but it's also where we have the biggest gap in the industry between what's forecast and what's needed to execute on company plans." [The only justice in all this is if companies getting totally screwed trying to re-hire people.] To take advantage of this IT hiring trend: * Highlight business- analysis and project- management skills on your resume. * Earn project- management certifications like the Project Management Professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute. * Seek project-based or contract IT jobs to keep your skills current. [In short, the industry rewards the best liars.] Growing Demand for Mobile Apps Some domestic IT jobs lost during the recession, like programming and telephone help-desk support, won't be coming back, because workers in other countries can do those jobs at a significantly lower cost, says Steven Ostrowski, director of corporate communications for the Computing Technology Industry Association. [Those "other countries" - does that include one that starts with "I" ?] But at the same time, IT hiring in other niches is booming due to wholesale changes in technology and business brought on by mobile computing, Browning says. "The skill sets in demand include mobile app developers, quality-assurance testers and usability experts," she says. "Android developers, Symbian OS developers and software developers with Java, .Net, SharePoint and Visual Basic for Applications [experience] will be in huge demand." [This is the state of IT as a career - a shell game - as soon as worker in those "other countries" are up to speed on the new technology, those jobs will go off-shored. Meanwhile, you just spent a small fortune getting trained in the "latest".] . . . Which are all reasons why I can't wait to say: "F*** it - Let the Indians have it. I'm OUT!! :-) "

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