IT skills shortage: the boom of the recruitment agency Munich – in the computer and electronics industry are missing more and more professionals. According to a representative survey of the industry association BITKOM in Germany, there are currently around 28,000 vacancies for IT professionals. This trend threatened the high-tech location Germany according to a study of the auditing company Ernst & young. Recruitment agency can compensate for the lack of qualified IT professionals through an effective and intelligent use of IT staff here. The nationwide operating recruitment agency TECOPS with headquarters in Munich has filed an early on this enormous demand. The company offers also the placement of freelance IT specialists in addition to the classic personnel services in the IT field and T-systems is among other preferred recruitment agency of the global information and communication technology company. Now the boom of the recruitment agency is,”said Reiner Pientka, Chief Executive Officer of TECOPS.
IT professionals be currently absolutely needed and let the industry of the staffing service providers really going gangbusters. But thousands of IT professionals lack further sensitive gaps in the economy. Here, medium term not only economic losses threaten companies as important projects can be completed only belatedly. The shortage will also increasingly at risk for the upturn. Recruitment agency can compensate the lack of qualified IT professionals through an effective and intelligent use of IT staff here according to Palaniappan and soften so the structural personnel problems affecting both medium-sized and large companies. In the long term will be to repair the lack of skilled workers in the booming IT industry according to Palaniappan but only in a triad. There needs to be a greater in-service support of the unemployed, as well as in addition to the necessary immigration of foreign specialists a creation of more apprenticeship positions in the field of information and communication technology take place.” S. Fortmann