Activity within the manufacturing and healthcare sectors are continuing to drive the majority of IT hiring in Indianapolis, according to regional vice president of Robert Half Technology, Jill Crowe
. Tech professionals with experience in these sectors are in especially high demand.
Indianapolis IT hiring forecast
|CIOs adding more staff to IT departments
|CIOs planning to hire only for open IT roles
|CIOs who plan to put IT plans on hold
|CIOs who plan to reduce their IT staff
|CIOs who don’t know their future hiring plans
Looking for an IT role in Indianapolis?
Employers in Indianapolis are somewhat flexible when it comes to the qualifications they seek in new hires. However, specialty skills – such as Java, C# and applications development – are virtually non-negotiable. IT professionals who are able to demonstrate their superior soft skills
are also highly sought-after.
Looking to hire tech professionals?
When it comes to recruiting, 65 percent of Indianapolis CIOs said it’s somewhat or very challenging to find skilled IT professionals. In this candidate-driven market employers need to move fast
and be ready to provide a competitive offer to qualified candidates. Otherwise, hiring managers risk losing these professionals to a competitor.