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INFOGRAPHIC: Global IT Hiring Landscape

Krista Palmisano
By Krista Palmisano
on July 09, 2018

What does the global IT hiring landscape look like today? What trends is AGS seeing with our current clients in respect to tech talentFrom top competitive markets, the most in-demand skills and occupations, to H-1B workers and top drivers for job growth - we've illustrated all the details in the infographic below.   

 

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**Additional contributions to this blog made by Zac Lazarus and Indy Gill.

Download a copy of this infographic HERE.

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Krista Palmisano
Written by Krista Palmisano
Krista Palmisano has nearly 15 years of experience in providing market and business analytics. Starting her career with Allegis Group at TEKsystems in 2000 as a Market Research Analyst, Krista participated in and supported annual company strategic planning sessions with senior management by incorporating research data into company planning. She also conducted all phases of customer surveys, managed a market segmentation and branding study used to create company value proposition and supported 85 field offices with market research. From there, Krista moved onto a Lead Analyst role with a technology startup, where she oversaw all aspects of project data life cycle for clients and managed a team of six analysts. Returning to Allegis Group in 2010 to work at Allegis Global Solutions (AGS), Krista moved into a Lead Research Analyst and then Senior Manager role specializing in labor market economics and the impacts on local labor pools, as well as assisting clients with workforce planning initiatives such as site selection planning and global workforce mapping. Key areas of focus include: conducting labor market analysis across the US, EMEA and APAC using a variety of data sources including DOL, BLS, Census, ONS, Eurostat etc.; supporting client consulting engagements to assist clients in workforce planning, placement and costs; building and advising clients on rate strategies and rate cards to manage contingent labor costs; publishing voice of the market research for clients and industry groups. Krista attended Roanoke College where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a concentration in research design and analysis.

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