Top In-Demand Skill Sets and Hottest Industries Outlined in ConsultNet Technical Staffing Report

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<p><strong>Salt Lake City &mdash; Oct. 16</strong><br /><br />ConsultNet, a leading technology and engineering staffing provider, announced its latest technical staffing report that outlines the most in-demand skill sets and top industries nationally and in Southern California, Colorado, the greater Dallas area, Texas and Utah. The ConsultNet report is available for free at www.consultnet.com.<br /><br />The report&rsquo;s findings are based off interviews of ConsultNet&rsquo;s regional offices and a review of online job posting Web sites. Despite steady unemployment figures nationally, ConsultNet&rsquo;s research continues to support an increased demand for technical workers nationwide.<br /><br />According to the ConsultNet Report, the most in-demand technical skills and hottest industry trends nationwide include:<br /><br />Top In-Demand Skills Nationally<br />1. .Net (Java, C#)<br />2. Linux/Unix Networks<br />3. Project Management<br />4. Business Analysts <br />5. Instructional Design<br /><br />Hottest Industries Nationally<br />1. Health Services<br />2. Software Development<br />3. Energy<br />4. Oil and Gas<br />5. Telecommunications<br /><br />Specific state data for California, Colorado, Texas and Utah is outlined in the ConsultNet Technology Report, available for free on ConsultNet&rsquo;s Web site.<br /><br />&ldquo;ConsultNet&rsquo;s research and our constant contact with leading hiring mangers for IT and engineering strongly supports an optimistic forecast for future staffing trends,&rdquo; said Spencer Shaffer, president of ConsultNet. &ldquo;The key for technical workers is to focus your professional efforts on the most in-demand skills, even if that means additional training.&rdquo; </p>

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