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Top-rated tech companies on Glassdoor

Glassdoor offers reviews of companies, which can help you get a feel for a company's culture before you decide to take a job -- or even apply. Here are the top 10 tech companies according to Glassdoor.

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10 tips to help you land your next project management gig

Try these 10 hacks when submitting your cover letter and resume or interviewing for your next job - they will help you get the job you want.

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How to be prepared for unusual interview questions

You know your strengths, weaknesses and where you see yourself in five years, but then the hiring manager throws you a curve ball. To be ready to hit it out of the park, here are seven questions you probably didn’t prepare for -- and...

Apple, Intel cite gains in hiring women and minorities

Since January, Apple said nearly half of its U.S. hires were women, black, Hispanic or Native American

Struggling Lenovo to cut 3,200 jobs, streamline handset business

Lenovo reported weak second quarter earnings

Star Power: Lessons in recruiting from the world of sports

You can’t attract the real stars without a personal approach.

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How to use culture interviews to build a better team

Companies ranging from big names like Pinterest to small startups are conducting culture interviews at every level to help build cohesive teams that click. Here's how to do it right while avoiding pitfalls and common mistakes.

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5 legacy technologies still in high demand today

Hadoop, Ruby on Rails, Python and JavaScript are the new hot. But that doesn't mean older technologies are any less important. Chances are you've got one or more of these golden oldies running behind the scenes. Here are the top 5...

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New CIOs for the Summer

Near-constant pace of new CIO appointments continues

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How legacy technology is creating the next skills gap

Many IT pros with skills in Cobol and mainframes will be aging out of the workplace in the near future. How can CIOs address the inevitable skills shortage?

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Why you shouldn't accept every LinkedIn connection invite

Your LinkedIn network is only as strong as your connections, and it's the people you actually know who will help to advance your career.

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9 tips for dealing with toxic coworkers

Negative people in the workplace can take a toll on both your sanity and health. But before you point fingers ensure you've done you're part to build a healthy relationship. Here experts discuss techniques for dealing with difficult...

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Job seekers, get ready for the hiring season

Hiring seasons might seem like myths, but they exist. Understanding when managers at companies will likely have open job positions can be crucial for everyone looking for careers.

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Top 10 technology schools

Interested in going to one of the best colleges or universities to study technology? Here are the top 10 schools known for their computer science and engineering programs.

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9 ways you're sabotaging your job interviews

Your resume's in great shape. You've got the experience, the skills and the drive. You're even landing interviews -- but none of them lead to offers. Could you be sabotaging yourself without knowing it?

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IT Resume Makeover: How to give yourself some space

In this month's edition, resume expert Caitlin Sampson helps an IT management consultant expand on his extensive experience while narrowing his focus -- and the move lands him his dream job.

Lawmakers headed to Silicon Valley to push tech companies on diversity

Recent data released by tech companies show low representation in their workforce for women, Hispanics and blacks

Cisco's pay package for CEO Robbins is a sweet deal

The incoming chief could bring in more than $16 million in his first year

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