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Amid a still-sluggish global economy, we read a great deal more about jobs being subtracted from corporate payrolls than those being added these days.

But in something of a surprise development, two of the factors commonly thought to be contributing to job losses – the Great Recession and technological advances (in this case, leading to data overload for many companies – may paradoxically be increasing demand for at least one category of private-sector employment.

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