Per this article in eweek, results from a recent hiring survey look very positive:
Computer and Mathematical Science occupations experienced the largest May gain, up 18,100 to 567,600, their highest level since October 2008, after a much larger April rise, 32,500,” wrote The Conference Board in the report. “The May gain reflects in part continued increases in demand for computer systems analysts and computer software engineers (applications).”
There is a host of other good news to report in the Dice Survey: Salaries for new hires are rising for 25 percent of respondents; Nearly 70 percent of those polled do not expect layoffs to occur; Recruiting for new hires is at 20 percent compared to 9 percent in the fall of 2009.
Things continue to look up in the job market!