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 Jim Lanzalotto - “I'm not going to call it robust but we're seeing manufacturing hiring across the board. We have a unit that focuses on the blue collar side and it's been on a roll for three or four years now.”
 Jim Lanzalotto - “Clinical research professionals in particular are seeing major jumps in wages, as orders for skilled workers in the biotech and pharmaceutical fields grow with industry demands and market dynamics for pipeline improvement.”
 Jim Lanzalotto - “It costs a lot of money for a company to have a pipe big enough to handle that extra capacity.”
 Jim Lanzalotto - “Anyone who has worked for a big brand-name company with a good reputation, and was successful there, has a real advantage, especially in moving to a different industry. Hiring someone is really a leap of faith, and interviewers know they can only tell so much about you from the interviewing process, so having that brand name in your background is important. It's almost like an endorsement.”
 Jim Lanzalotto - “Increased IT spending, the imminent medical needs of baby boomers, and hungry drug pipelines have improved job opportunities for technology and healthcare professionals.”
 Jim Lanzalotto - “Ending 2005 with the highest wages for skilled technology professionals recorded in five years is a high water mark for the industry. Despite major economic setbacks during the year, the technology industry has demonstrated its strength and confirmed its power to propel the employment market in a positive direction. Between the growing need for information security experts, highly-knowledgeable ERP and Internet-based technology professionals, and advanced healthcare technology to help answer the call of aging baby boomers, our outlook for the technology employment market and its wages is optimistic for 2006.”
 Jim Lanzalotto - “Between the growing need for information security experts, highly-knowledgeable ERP and Internet-based technology professionals, and advanced healthcare technology to help answer the call of aging baby boomers, our outlook for the technology employment market and its wages is optimistic for 2006.”