Legal IT job market stagnant
Legal IT reports
The most interesting development in IT recruitment is that the bottom has fallen out of the job market for database administrators. For example, we recently placed a good candidate in a London-based job at a top 10 law firm; even though his previous salary was £80,000 he settled for £35,000. The demand, which was initially fuelled by the dotcom boom, has downshifted considerably. Now there are a lot more people with Oracle and SQL skills and far fewer jobs to go around.
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