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A recent survey from the U.K.'s IT Job Board website professionals with IT training work longer hours and earn more money than other professionals. The survey revealed one third of IT professionals are spending more time at work, and one third are also earning more this year compared to 2011, indicating higher levels of confidence in the industry.The survey showed 52 percent of IT professionals are happy with their current position and salary, while contract IT professionals are earning nearly double the amount annually compared to permanent full time workers.“IT pros obviously favor the stability of permanent work, despite the higher pay levels for contractors," said Alexandra Farrell, managing director of The IT Job Board. "I’d argue this is a sign of the times and our current economic climate.”One U.K. company, The Co-operative Group, recently announced it will be creating 3,000 new jobs when it expands its legal department. Many of these new positions will call for IT training and expertise, as the company looks to implement new technology for improved efficiency and productivity, Computerworld reported.
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