Forty percent of information technology leaders expect increases in permanent positions while 37 percent anticipate growth in temporary positions, according the quarterly IT Executive Outlook survey by staffing firm TEKsystems.

Among respondents planning to bring in more permanent and temporary IT employees, 15 percent say they expect to do so by more than 5 percent. Senior IT leaders, such as chief information officers and IT vice presidents, are the most optimistic when it comes to IT hiring as respectively 54 percent and 43 percent are planning growth in permanent and temporary positions.

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