We received some extremely encouraging news today regarding the expected growth within the UK IT Jobs market! Figures of up to 365,000 jobs are set to be created in Great Britain by 2015 thanks to Internet technologies and innovation, says vice-president of Google UK, Mr. Schindler. Google recently revealed its forecast for the UK jobs market. Based on the GDP study by UK economists, the Internet giant said that there will be 365,000 new jobs created in the UK by 2015. Mr. Philipp Schindler, London-based vice-president of Google, said that Internet now accounts for 20% of UK GDP growth and might even account for more than that soon. He is determined that businesses will successfully exploit the internet in the near future, which will lead to Internet job creation. Further good news is that the Internet Giant has promised to actively expand its business in the UK, creating a substantial number of jobs at its new office in London's Soho. Matt Hancock (Media recruitment specialist) has seen a rise in the level of new media recruitment across a number of key accounts;

"We are seeing significant increases in levels of recruitment across the board with our new media clients on both the contract and permanent side, we are currently looking for digital project managers, php developers as well as front end developers with strong html, css and javascript skills. We have also seen an increase in demand for ruby on rails and the drupal skillset. In addition we have a number of roles within SEM, SEO, PPC and CPC to include skills in Google Adwords, Google Analytics and Webtrends. Demand for .net and SQL server as well as BizTalk has remained fairly high."

Contact Jenrick IT: If you are an IT professional, possessing the skills and experience we have mentioned in this article, please contact Matt Hancock and his Media Team now, to discuss the live IT job opportunities we currently have on offer. Furthermore, visit the Jenrick IT Recruitment Agency for more details. Source: Telegraph