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Chief information officers in the United States plan to hire fewer people in the fourth quarter than the third, but chief financial officers increased their hiring plans, according to new surveys released today by Robert Half International Inc. (NYSE: RHI).
In a survey of CIOs, 11% said they planned to add staff in the fourth quarter and 3% planned reductions for a net increase of 8%. That's down from the third quarter's net increase of 10%.
The CFO survey found that 10% intended to add personnel in the fourth quarter and 5% planned reductions for a net increase of 5%. That's up from a planned net increase of zero in the third quarter.
The surveys questioned more than 1,400 CIOs in the United States and more than 1,400 CFOs.