Half of IT pros plan to change jobs in 2020 - Harvey Nash

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IT professionals are generally happy in their roles - they just want more money
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IT professionals are generally happy in their roles - they just want more money

Two-thirds of IT pros are happy in their job, according to Harvey Nash survey, but just want more money

Half of IT professionals around the world are planning to switch jobs in 2020, despite two-thirds claiming to be happy in their role. The reason, according to the Harvey Nash Tech Survey 2020 [PDF],...

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