There were 5,736,000 IT jobs in April 2011 compared to 5,755,000 in April 2012, indicating a loss of 19,000 jobs in just one year, according to Janco Associate’s continuing analysis of hiring trends.

“Insurance is a shrinking market because it’s difficult to find positions,” Janco CEO Victor Janulaitis told Insurance Networking News. “A fair number of IT workers have left the insurance industry and are looking for positions elsewhere. It will be exciting to see what opportunities might open up after the elections in November.”

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