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Five Tips For Staying Employed In IT Through 2010
One of the perils of toiling in high tech is that you're working in a world of constant change. By definition, IT changes every couple years as businesses roll out upgraded (or totally new) infrastructures.

The challenge is huge for tech professionals who need to keep up with relentless change. Staying employed in an environment in which the rules of the road are continually rewritten requires foresight. When's the next curve coming my way?

To provide some clue as to what the IT job landscape will look in a few years downstream, we spoke with Gartner analyst Diane Morello. Morello is the author of "The IT Professional Outlook: Where Will We Go from Here?" The study looks at the tech workplace through 2010, forecasting key developments that will profoundly affect IT personnel.

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