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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
A growing number of businesses are using online recruitment websites to find potential employees, according to new reports.

Category SME IT
08 January 2008
 
A growing number of businesses are using online recruitment websites to find potential employees, according to new reports.

The Monster Employment Index, which is a monthly analysis of millions of online job opportunities across the UK, gained five points in December continuing a two-month upward growth trend.

Regional director of Monster, Andrea Bertone, said: "It is encouraging to see that online job opportunities expanded strongly in the fourth quarter of 2007 despite early signs of a slowing global economy.

"The UK's low unemployment rate indicates that competition is high for top talent and employers are looking online to source the best candidates."

Monster's findings that the recruitment sector is becoming more commonly based online follow the comments of the British Computer Society which has highlighted that an increasing amount of industries are becoming IT sensitive.

A spokesperson for the firm claimed last week that the financial, media and health industries are all becoming more IT sensitive, which has been reflected in the number of employees taking the European Computer Driver's Licence user-level qualification.

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