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The Top States For IT Jobs And The Most In-Demand Tech Skills

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent work-from-home movement are causing major shifts in not only how IT personnel work, but how—and where—they were hired in the second quarter of 2020, according to a new survey from Dice.

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Tech Job Openings Amid The Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the economy. However, that impact has been uneven. While business in certain industries such as hospitality essentially dried up almost overnight and has yet to recover six months later, other companies, particularly in the tech space, learned to adapt with a move to get employees to work from home.

These changes have had major impacts on tech job openings, where businesses initially scaled back hiring due to uncertainty but have since moved to increase hiring to meet the new needs of customers.

Dice, a Centennial, Colo.-based tech career and recruiting site, used data from the database of Boston-based analytics software company Burning Glass Technologies to analyze over 6 million tech job postings in the U.S. during the second quarter of 2020. This gave Dice a picture of the biggest tech job opportunities in the country, where those opportunities are, and the kind of tech skills employers are looking for to fill those postings. The findings provide insight into how tech job openings are changing at this very unusual time in history.

Here’s what the survey found about tech jobs.

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