Compared to last year, when companies had Email List forecast 74,000 incoming, the share of the difficulty of finding is however reduced by 6 percentage Email List points (from 26.1 to 20%). For high school graduates (166 thousand non-seasonal hires foreseen in 2012), the difficulties are concentrated on 27 thousand units (16.2%), also decreasing in this case Email List both in absolute value (they were more than 45 thousand in 2011) and in terms of share on the total.
Of the relative hires (by more than two percentage Email List points, from 18.7 to 16.2%). With regard to the IT systems designer, a profession for which the ideal candidates are IT graduates, there are 900, of the approximately one thousand expected for Email List this year, hiring difficult to find, equal to almost 85% of the total. In the field of information technology, among the top twenty "unobtainable" professions, with difficulty rates around 30% of the recruitments planned for this year (and all with the prevalent request for a degree in computer engineering).
Also the consultant software (about a hundred unavailable), the Email List programmer analyst (about 150 difficult to find) and the computer programmer (more than 300 unavailable). Finally, with 22% difficulty in finding, the software developer also returns (more than 300 “unobtainable”). Engineers are the most requested Graduates in the various Engineering courses, Email List however, represent the ideal candidates for as many as 9 of the first 20 professions in which "doctors" are considered unobtainable.