According to a survey by careerbuilders.com, companies across the country are planning on going on a hiring spree next year. 20 percent of all employers surveyed plan to add full time positions next year, up from 14 percent that said the same thing at the beginning of 2009. Conversely, only 9% are planning to cut jobs, down from 16% a year ago. Of those adding jobs, one third say they will add tech jobs, with sales and customer service jobs coming in at around 25% each. The uptick in sales positions shows confidence that the economy will continue to grow.
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