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Entering the new year, chief information officers will be faced with a number of challenges when it comes to retaining their IT staffs, including the increased hiring of corporate IT professionals, the short time period IT professionals keep their jobs and baby boomers reaching retirement age, according to Network World.Louis Trebino, CIO and senior vice president at the Harry Fox Agency, told the website that IT staff turnover has been, and will continue to be, his biggest problem. He said many Java developers are typically spending less than a year with his company, making it hard to build continuity.IT careers are on the rise for the first time in a decade, making it easier for less experienced IT professionals to jump from job to job, in an attempt to seek more money and benefits, said the website.Many experts in the field believe that open opportunities for IT careers will remain plentiful in 2012, according to the website.According to Stark Talent, a staffing company, CIOs can work to retain their top IT professionals by offering competitive salaries, communicating expectations, developing educational programs and allowing an IT team to collaborate on projects.
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