Tech unemployment was just 3% in Q2, which compares favorably to the 3.6% rate registered last year during the same time period, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Tech consulting was up at swift clip, creating 27,500 new positions in Q2. And more tech professionals voluntarily quit their jobs than this same time last year, which equates to more confidence in the economy.
In fact, it appears to be a candidate’s market as tech pros are rejecting more jobs offers than they did six months ago.
Get all the details in Dice’s Q2 2014 Tech Trends Report.