U.S. numbers show that despite uncertainty caused by the presidential election and the debt crisis in Europe, tech employment made gains in 2012
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Though tech employment in the U.S. got off to a shaky start this year, it looks like it will finish the year up over 2011, Patrick Thibodeau reports in ComputerWorld. According to industry group TechServe Alliance, most of that job growth will come in services; the deluge of new consumer products haven’t boosted employment numbers on the tech manufacturing side, with most of those jobs overseas.
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