Engineers have a huge number of options.
They can work in software engineering and/or other positions that require a degree.
But there are a lot of different types of engineering jobs in the IT industry.
In fact, it’s so hard to find a good candidate that there are fewer positions for IT engineers.
That means a lot more engineers will be choosing to leave their jobs in software development and engineering to work in other fields.
This is a bad sign for the IT workforce, according to a new report from Glassdoor.com, a job search website that analyzes job postings.
And it’s a bad situation for a growing number of IT workers.
There are more than 2.4 million IT jobs in America right now.
And in the past 10 years, the IT job market has grown more than 3.5 percent annually, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That’s up from 2.1 percent in 2015.
But Glassdoor found that the IT sector is seeing a dramatic decline in job openings for IT engineering.
In the past three years, IT job openings have dropped nearly 5 percent for all jobs in IT, including software engineering.
According to Glassdoor, IT engineers now make up only 11 percent of the workforce in the U.S. They’re also less likely to be hired in a typical IT company.
But they still make up a sizable chunk of the IT engineering workforce, and their job outlook is bright.
“There is a great deal of uncertainty about the state of the labor market in the industry,” Glassdoor CEO Jeff Bostock told CNBC in a statement.
“If a company is considering hiring an engineering job, it is not a good bet to take the risk, particularly in the current economy.”
So what is the good news?
The good news is that engineers can still get a good job in the technology sector.
They don’t need a degree to land a tech job, so they can get by on a limited budget.
And their work has many opportunities, from working on web projects to designing and building apps to writing technical documentation.
But Bostocks point out that a number of factors have slowed the growth of IT jobs.
Most importantly, the technology industry has become a global business, with hundreds of thousands of employees.
And because it’s global, a lot is being outsourced.
“A lot of the work that was done in China and elsewhere in Asia has gone to other countries,” Bostocked said.
“And the U, and other countries in the world, are looking at this.
And the U is looking to bring in people who are more able to do the job.”
A growing number companies are also looking for more IT engineers to fill their workforce.
Glassdoor says the number of positions open for IT workers has risen to 5.5 million in 2016, up from 5.1 million a year earlier.
And that’s an increase of more than 50 percent.
“Companies have started hiring engineers more frequently and they’re using them in many different roles, from web and mobile app developers to network engineers to systems architects and developers,” BOSTOCK said.
But if you are looking to move into IT, the hiring process can be a bit daunting.
The best thing you can do is contact a recruiter.
“The recruiter will have you in a meeting, and you can talk to them about the position,” BOPOCK said, “and you’ll be offered a job.
And then the recruiter takes care of the interview process and gets to know you and your skills.
And once you’ve done the interview, they can send you on your way.”
So if you’re looking for a tech-heavy career, Glassdoor suggests consulting with an IT recruiter and looking for other IT jobs with more options.
Glasshouse also points out that while there are many great jobs available in IT engineering, it can be difficult to find one that matches your needs.
“It can be challenging to find the best job in IT,” Glasshouse said.