Information technology hiring in southwest Ohio is expected to slow in the third quarter of 2013, according to new figures released Tuesday. But experts said the lower quarterly projections are a seasonal adjustment and don’t reflect an overall trend in IT employment.
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Information technology jobs are some of the better-paying jobs available. Look for continuing coverage of the information technology industry and its growth in southwest Ohio.