The latest BLS data shows 2,500 IT jobs were added in September. Overall, this represents a slow-down in IT hiring and indicates constraint resulting from 2014 budgeting, according to research from Janco Associates.

There was an improvement in computer systems design and related services of 4,500 jobs, vs. 2,400 added in August; data processing and hosting related services gained 200 jobs, vs. 100 jobs lost in August; telecommunications lost 2,700 jobs, and 3,200 in July; and other information services gained 500 jobs, vs. 2,000 IT jobs added in August.

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