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Hiring plans of U.S. chief information officers are holding steady for the first quarter, according to one of two surveys released by Robert Half International Inc. (NYSE: RHI). The other survey found that chief financial officers will continue to add staff, but at a slower rate than projected in the fourth quarter.
In a survey of CIOs, 12% said they planned to expand their information technology staffs while 4% expected cutbacks. The net increase of 8% is unchanged from the net increase projected for the fourth quarter. The majority, 82%, planned no changes.
The CFO survey found that 9% planned to add staff while 8% planned to cut staff. The net increase of 1% is lower than the net increase of 5% in Robert Half's CFO survey for the fourth quarter.
The surveys questioned more than 1,400 CIOs and more than 1,400 CFOs.