Hot-hot-hot for jobs in Java and mobile software

It's hot-hot-hot! The market for Java and mobile developers keeps growing hotter, and hotter--so says the latest Dice survey.

See:

Dice survey says Java & Mobile are tops

Here's a quote:

 The market for mobile developers is 
 expanding faster than the talent pool 
 can adapt, a Dice survey indicates.

 Software developers in general—as 
 well as Java, mobile software and 
 Microsoft .Net developers in 
 particular—are in short supply today. 
 Those fields represent four of the 
 top five most difficult positions IT 
 managers are looking to fill...
 ...
 The New York/New Jersey metro area 
 led the country with 8,871 positions 
 listed...
So, if you are looking to get into software development get crackin' in learning Java mobile programming and move to NY or NJ. Let's go Mets!

Comments:

Are they all just looking for Anphoid programmers?

Posted by guest on July 11, 2012 at 04:50 AM PDT #

No, the dice.com Java listings are not just for Android programmers. That's a very small percentage of the listings:

http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/servlet/JobSearch?op=300&values=&FREE_TEXT=Java

Java jobs area all over from Web to healthcare to back end data centers to J2ME, etc, etc.

Posted by Hinkmond Wong on July 11, 2012 at 10:02 AM PDT #

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