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Entry-level IT jobs will be plentiful in 2012, experts predict

Carolyn Duffy Marsan | Dec. 15, 2011
Here is good news for college seniors with technology skills: The entry-level job market for IT workers looks solid in 2012.

Some companies are turning to internships to find college grads for their IT departments. Louis Trebino, CIO and senior vice president at the Harry Fox Agency in New York City, has developed an internship program to attract at least one entry-level person to his 37-person IT shop each year.

"Last year, we had an intern who was stellar. We hired her after graduation," Trebino says. "We have another intern who is working part time while he is still in college, and we hope to bring him on in May. I've very eager to get them fresh out of school. That may help with IT staff turnover. It's a win-win for both of us."


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