Although the structure of their work will differ from that of a full-time salaried worker, IT and engineering contractors must still go through a defined interview process – usually a phone screen and one in-person interview – to convince recruiters that they’re well-suited to assume whatever position they may seek.
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There’s no doubt that IT and engineering positions will remain in high demand for the foreseeable future, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting 13 percent job growth between 2016 and 2026.
It’s shaping up to be a strong year for the U.S. economy, by the projections of many experts.
The continuing fast pace of technological development virtually guarantees a steady demand for skilled IT workers.
Ample evidence exists to prove that the fields of IT and engineering hold considerable sway over the economy, both in the U.
Working as a successful contractor in the world of IT and engineering means adapting to the dynamic digital transformation within these fields.
The nature of the workforce is becoming more agile. Companies are increasingly looking to contractors to deliver vital projects and streamline workflows, especially in STEM fields.
IT and engineering professionals have exciting new ways to apply their skills and knowledge through contract assignments in the healthcare industry.
An important part of establishing yourself as a competitive IT or engineering contractor is staying up to date with the latest developments and trends in the industry.