Philippine I.T. Manpower ReportJanette Toral
163 companies from Cebu, Manila, Davao, Iloilo, Bicol and other parts of the country were interviewed last July-November 2002 to come up with this report.
The most in-demand IT skills among companies interviewed includes Java, Visual Basic, SQL, Networking, Windows 2000, HTML, among others.
Some of the highlights of the report are:
- The number of I.T. job openings for 2003-2004 is estimated to be at 347,976.
- 37% of the I.T. labor force hired in the past 4 years are encoders.
- 29% of companies interviewed want their employees to be certified upon hiring or later in its employment. This refers to industry and vendor-related I.T. certification.
Why is The Philippine I.T. Manpower Report right for you?
- The report represents information gathered through personal and e-mail interviews from 10 industries with the intent of giving a highly accurate picture of country’s I.T. manpower requirements.
- DigitalFilipino.com documented the skills and certification needed per job position.
Who can benefit from The Philippine I.T. Manpower Report?
The report is essential for anyone wanting to analyze the current I.T. manpower base market before putting up an I.T. related business. It is a valuable resource for educational institutions and manpower entities working with the industry, as well as any government and grant agency that seeks the Philippines I.T. Manpower situtation.
The Philippine I.T. Manpower Report covers the following issues, and more:
- Number of I.T. manpower hired in the past 4 years, job openings in 2002, and manpower forecast for 2003 and 2004.
- Skills and certification needed per job position.
- Training provided by companies to newly-hired I.T. personnel
- Quality and problems of the Philippine I.T. Manpower
- Filipinos who left the country and got retrenched.
- About the Virtual Center for Technology Innovation in Information Technology Human Resources Development Program (VCTI-IT HRDP)
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Released Date: January 23, 2003
For every purchase of this report, P500 pesos goes to VCTI-IT HRDP that will be used to fund its training and certification advocacy to boost the quality of Philippine I.T. Manpower.
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