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  • 5 hybrid IT roles your business needs to succeed in 2014

    This year, the ability to simply configure and run a server or develop software in isolation won't be enough. Employers will aggressively pursue workers with multi-dimensional talent -- combinations of technology, domain, business, process and people skills.

    Written by Stephanie Overby24 Jan. 14 13:48
  • Innovation, business transformation to drive IT hiring

    IT hiring is expected to increase in 2014 as more companies adopt new and innovative technologies to improve their offerings and transform the way they run their businesses, says recruitment firm Hudson.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett25 Sept. 13 11:26
  • 10 hottest IT jobs: Developers, developers, developers

    It's a job seeker's market, if you've got the right tech skills. IT staffing specialist Modis identifies the 10 hottest IT jobs, based on the skills and roles its clients are eager to find and fill.

    Written by Ann Bednarz16 Aug. 13 12:39
  • Cloud drives job creation in banner month for tech

    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 3,600 jobs were created in the tech category, 'data processing, hosting and related services,' marking the single best month of job growth in this category since June 1998.

    Written by Ann Bednarz12 Aug. 13 16:57
  • 6 Things IT Managers Need to Know About Hiring vs. Training

    Deciding whether to train and promote your current staff or bring in new blood is a choice many IT leaders face on a regular basis. The best decision, of course, depends on many variables. The first step is answering these six questions.

    Written by Rich Hein01 July 13 13:27
  • 10 trends shaping IT hiring in 2013

    Concerns about the economy and budget battles on Capitol Hill have put a damper on the IT job scene, but not enough to thwart expansion.

    Written by Ann Bednarz11 March 13 18:30
  • Tips for Finding Top IT Talent on LinkedIn

    LinkedIn, the popular social network, recently announced that it had more than 200 million members. As the professional network continues to grow, more recruiters and employers are using the social network to tap IT talent--both those actively looking as well as those who aren't.

    Written by Rich Hein26 Feb. 13 14:49
  • 8 classic IT hiring mistakes and how to avoid them

    From writing dated, irrelevant job descriptions to accepting a less-than-ideal candidate because the work is piling up, classic hiring mistakes are just waiting to trip up managers.

    Written by Sandra Gittlen07 Jan. 13 19:44
  • IT hiring on the rise, CIOs say

    Nearly twice as many CIOs are planning to expand their IT departments in the coming quarter than were three months ago, according to Robert Half Technology.

    Written by Ann Bednarz14 Dec. 12 15:59
  • Tech pros getting MBAs: Necessary or not?

    Earning an MBA can help tech pros to bridge the gap between business and IT, but it's no guarantee of career success, nor does it automatically translate into a bigger salary.

    Written by Ann Bednarz03 Dec. 12 13:14
  • Five tips to find and hire data scientists

    Data scientists are in demand in this era of big data. IT hiring managers, however, are struggling in their search for qualified candidates (as even the candidates themselves may not realise they are a fit for the role). Here are five ways you can recruit data scientists.

    Written by Lauren Brousell03 Dec. 12 10:40
  • Diversity in IT Is About Business Objectives

    Tech insiders stress the value of broadening the IT talent pool for tech startups, starting with amplifying the message that IT is universal and 'tech is in everything.'

    Written by Kenneth Corbin08 Nov. 12 16:19
  • 100,000 new jobs for tech industry through midyear 2012, report says

    Three of the four high-tech job sectors analyzed by TechAmerica Foundation saw positive job growth in the first half of 2012, amounting to nearly 100,000 new jobs for the tech industry. The organization called the gains "modest," however, and warned against taking the industry's relative job strength for granted.

    Written by Ann Bednarz25 Oct. 12 18:31