VoIP poised for surge in jobs, pay rate

IBISWorld just issued its list of hot job growth sectors for 2008, and who would have thought that the VoIP market is still a prime venue for jobs and wage growth? Though a few VoIP players have experienced tough times, perhaps the integration of VoIP with just about everything is keeping the sector lively as a career path. The IBISWorld study forecasts average annual job growth of about 19.4 percent for the next four years, along with annual growth in compensation of 21.8 percent. What placed second? Fashion design services, which of course means that those of you with skills in both of these areas will be in extra hot demand.

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