This is the way I see it!

I think we’ve all been looking for any ray of light that is different from the dismal last couple of years. I know I have. After so much bad news, the stagnant economy, and worst of all, the tragedy in New York. I think we would all like to feel confident again. For the first time in over a year, I am beginning to see some change in our limping and wounded technology market. I hate to speak to soon, for fear of jinxing it, but there are signs of an ever so slight warming to the better in the technology job market. In my opinion it is somewhat wide spread also. Naturally, all sectors are not waking up at the same time. Some are still sleeping in. This is good news for engineers. It would seem companies are preparing to begin the development process again. It is a beginning. It is still unclear where the hot spots will be as we are just now warming up. If I begin to notice a definite trend I will post it right here. Good luck to all for 2004. 

It has become my policy not to post job requisitions on this web site. The positions offered seem to come and go as fast as the wind and therefore almost mean nothing. HOWEVER, I will make note of skill sets that seem to be widely in demand at the moment. 

Here they are:  ** If you fit into one of these areas, do not hesitate to contact me immediately. The worst thing that can happen is to find out that you were wrong and that you do not fit into things hot skill requirements.

        **Java, C, Banking software developers (ACH)  

        **Firmware development (RAID Controllers)

        **Sales in most technologies except (Telecom) sorry!

        **I.C. Analog design

        **Fibre Channel development at the chip level (Exchange/Sequencing)

        **ASIC Verification

        **802.11a and 802.11b chip development (Windows Drivers)

        **Medtech devices in most forms, in particular RF Analog Design


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