The Two Documents that Every IT Professional Must Know How to Write

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The Two Documents that Every IT Professional Must Know How to Write

I’ve worked as an independent IT consultant for the better part of the last fifteen years. Prior to becoming a consultant I worked for a variety of organizations as an employee. Having had experience on both sides of the aisle – I can tell you that there is a significant difference between being an employee […]

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Five Barriers to Building a Successful Career in IT

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Five Barriers to Building a Successful Career in IT

This is a guest post by Sarah Brooks a Houston based freelance writer and blogger. As our society’s dependence on technology grows the need for people with technical expertise rises as well. IT professionals with the right mix of skills and experience will find an abundance of opportunities in nearly any industry that uses tech. […]

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Three Strategies for Becoming a Software Developer That Employers Can’t Resist

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Three Strategies for Becoming a Software Developer That Employers Can’t Resist

This is a guest post by Lizzi Hart, Marketing Strategist for the Graduate Recruitment Bureau.  The pace of technological innovation is driving change in many parts of our society and the people at the heart of some of the most compelling technologies are software developers.  This rapid rate of change has accelerated the need for […]

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Four Myths that Stall an IT Professional’s Job Search

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Four Myths that Stall an IT Professional’s Job Search

The evolution of the economy is the root cause of the creative destruction within job market. As new jobs are created others move into obsolescence. In the realm of job search an evolution is also occurring – traditional job search strategies (i.e., newspaper want ads) have given way to job boards, social media and virtual […]

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