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February 15, 2012
Linux Development Key To Company Growth
By Zach Walton
The tech industry is relatively booming compared to the rest of the economy and they're looking to hire you'll just want to learn Linux before you go job hunting.

The Linux Foundation and Dice has partnered to compile the "2012 Linux Jobs Report." The subtitle for the study, "Strong demand drives higher salaries, more perks for Linux professionals" says it all, but the study is worth diving into for those Linux professionals looking for work.

The study begins by saying that the IT job market is "a bright spot in otherwise uneven economies." The unemployment for IT professionals is just at 3.8 percent, which is a major improvement from the rate of 5.3 percent last year. They feel that the decrease in unemployment is due to the increased adoption of Linux in the IT workplace.

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