The state's technology job market continues rebounding from the recession with a 23.4 percent increase in job postings in April.
The high-tech industry had 2,740 daily average postings in April, up from 2,220 the month before, according to a monthly survey issued today by the N.C. Technology Association.
The survey showed about 600 openings in Raleigh and 900 in Charlotte. Technology jobs in both areas were battered by the recession that brought mass layoffs at financial institutions, telecommunications companies and other technology-based businesses.
Statewide, the biggest job opportunities came in IT management and software development, both mainstays in Research Triangle Park and surrounding areas.
The data is compiled by SkillProof, a Connecticut research firm. It shows openings in North Carolina starting to increase last summer, but the openings showed dramatic improvements starting February.