Formerly Adecco Engineering & Technical, our science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) division is now Adecco Engineering & Technology. While engineering recruitment is a large part of our business, we also spend a great deal of our time and effort recruiting for Information Technology (IT) roles. Changing our name to Engineering & Technology more accurately reflects the entire picture of who we are and all that we do.
STEM job-seekers in short supply
For every 1.4 STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) jobs available now, there is only one qualified STEM job-seeker available for hire. Why the shortage? One reason is that nearly 75 percent of college students with STEM degrees pursue jobs in non-STEM occupations, according to a recent U.S. Census Bureau report.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) suggests that the skills gap will only widen in the years to come. According to the BLS, job opportunities for information security analysts are expected to grow by 37 percent between now and 2022. Additionally, the job rate for computer systems analysts are projected to grow by 25 percent, software developers by 22 percent; civil engineers by 20 percent; and mathematicians by 23 percent.
Information Security Analyst #jobs expected to grow by 37% between now and 2022, via @AdeccoUSA: http://adec.co/ETname-tw
Agility in an ever-changing landscape
As a leading provider of recruitment and workforce solutions, Adecco Staffing USA continues to evolve as the supply and demand for particular skill sets fluctuate. Our recent name change is just one way Adecco Engineering & Technology is adapting to current market conditions and optimizing our brand.
IT positions we most often recruit for include:
- Project Managers & Business Analysts
- Application & Software Developers
- Network / Service Administrators
- Database Developers & Administrators
- Web Designers
- Help Desk Technicians