Thirty-four percent of information-technology leaders believe they will add temporary workers while 35 percent anticipate bringing on more permanent workers during the first quarter, according to a survey by TEKsystems, a provider of IT staffing solutions and human capital management.

The survey also finds that 55 percent of respondents expect to retain their temporary work force numbers, and 57 expect to retain their permanent work force numbers. Among the approximate 30 percent of respondents who plan to hire in the first quarter foresee 10 percent increases to temporary and permanent IT headcount.

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