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Top IT hiring trends for recent grads

Curious if your STEM degree will keep you from having to move back home after college? Check out these hiring trends to find out how you stack up against the competition.

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What would a woman in tech do about the gender gap?

Women IT leaders from around the globe weigh in on how businesses can prepare more women for senior leadership roles. Their answers are surprisingly consistent.

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How Myers-Briggs can create a stronger IT team

Personality assessment tests, like Myers-Briggs, have their limitations, but they can be a powerful team-building and productivity tool.

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Tech resume resources: Before and after examples, expert advice and more

When it's time to update your resume, you may find it difficult to figure out how to effectively highlight your accomplishments while keeping the document concise. In these IT resume makeovers, you'll see how to rework your technical...

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Free project management certifications

Project management is a rapidly expanding field that offers potential for a career leading and managing projects, but it's not easy or affordable to gain the knowledge you need. To help set you on your project management journey, here...

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6 leadership qualities to look for when hiring

The best worker isn't always the best leader and leaders aren't always where you'd expect to find them. Here are six tips to identifying and hiring leaders.

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How startups recruit, hire and retain software developers

Startups can't offer the same salaries and benefits as larger tech companies, but they've built creative strategies to compete when it comes to hiring and retaining software developers.

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10 best cities for women in tech

New data from financial services research and advisory firm SmartAsset shows which metro areas offer the best opportunities for women in technology.

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The 20 highest-paying markets for cybersecurity engineers

IT security professionals are in high demand in most job markets, but some metropolitan areas are better than others when it comes to offering a top pay check. Randstat recently released its annual IT salary study, which looked at the...

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The strange new world of hiring and employee tracking

Cloud-based HR systems can bring more analytics, databases and tools to users for improving hiring processes and retaining employees.

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How a job candidate’s experience affects your brand

New research reveals that how candidates are treated in the job search process directly impacts how they view your company as consumers.

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Why AI will both increase efficiency and create jobs

There are legitimate concerns around AI and how it will impact the job market. But the real impact will depend on how businesses leverage and implement AI tools to support employees, rather than replace them.

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4 tips to help you wait for a promotion or raise

The wait for a promised promotion or raise can be agonizing, but the reality they rarely happen overnight. Here's what you can do while waiting for the details to be finalized.

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What it takes to become a data security strategist

Data security strategist is a fast-growing career, and one that will get even hotter as data from AI and IoT inititiatives pours into enterprises.

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Why a move to chief digital officer was a promotion for one CIO

Richard Maranville became CDO of Freeman Company after he identified a need to better manage and develop the company's digital products. His replacement at CIO now reports to him.

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Salaries for storage, networking pros continue to rise

The annual salary survey from Dice.com shows tech salaries stagnating slightly, but certain in-demand skills did see increases in 2016.

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Why you should study security in college

An expert at Brown University provides a counterpoint to an earlier story on why you don't need to study security in college.

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What it takes to become a security systems administrator

There are many more openings for security systems administrators than qualified applicants. That creates opportunities for IT professionals willing to get the training and certification.

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