In 2002, Computer Economics surveyed ninety-six recruiting efforts in both the major national newspapers in every region of the United States and the employment advertisements on the Internet to demonstrate which types of computer skills are being sought to staff e-business projects. The results of this survey show the positions and types of programming, language, systems, and database skills for which companies are hiring.
Jobs in E-Commerce: Revealing the Process Behind the Business
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