The COVID-19 pandemic increased the number of employees working from home. This accelerated an already increasing demand for network support staff brought on by cloud transformation and caused the number of network support personnel to spike in 2021. However, 2022 trends show a decrease in network support staffing to below pre-pandemic levels. This may be due to businesses reverting to “normal” operations, an increase in automation, a growth in other IT areas, or a combination of these and other factors. (16 pp., 9 fig.)
Network Support Staffing Ratios 2023
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