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How Covid-19 Is Impacting WFH Positions And The IT Job Market

The number of postings seeking IT pros to work from home declined from March to April, but the coronavirus crisis took a harsher toll on on-site positions, according to a CompTIA study.

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IT Jobs In Crisis

The IT industry is somewhat insulated, but not at all immune, to the massive economic disturbance caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tech experts benefit from next-generation tools that have made it possible for many in their ranks to work from anywhere in the world, sustaining professions in a job market that’s in historic decline because of worldwide quarantines and public health crises.

In its monthly IT Employment Tracker, CompTIA tabulated the number of IT job openings by specific professions that were posted in April—and how those numbers changed from the previous month.

The trade association also broke out how many of those job postings sought employees who could work from home.

In total, there was a decline of 52,200 job opportunities for the five most in-demand IT professions from March, with only 162,400 positions advertised in April.

But available jobs for remote workers didn’t take as hard a hit. Advertised work-from-home positions across the ten most highly sought IT occupations fell by only 4,199 postings to 62,750 in April.

Here’s the breakout by profession.

 
 
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