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  • For IT Jobs, an Untapped Vein of Talent

    If we keep going the way we are now, this year we will outsource one in four IT jobs to India, Russia and other countries that supply low-cost labor, according to the Hackett Group, a trend that sends a message to young people contemplating technology careers: IT work is unstable. You can't count on climbing any career ladder.

    Written by Kim S. Nash03 March 10 10:16
  • LinkedIn Quick Tip: Should You Upgrade to a Paid Account?

    Social networking service LinkedIn is free, but if you choose to upgrade to a paid account, you have access to additional features. What are the four top advantages in updating your account?

    Written by Kristin Burnham03 Feb. 10 06:33
  • Recruting for a More Diverse IT Staff: Seven Tips

    Diversity (or lack thereof) in IT has been a hot topic in the news and among our clients in recent months. And it's true: IT departments are notorious for their lack of diversity, and the problem is only getting worse. Over the past few years, the number of women and underrepresented minorities (URMs) in IT has been dropping steadily. CIOs and other IT leaders can follow these simple steps to attract and retain women and URMs into their IT departments.

    Written by Rachel Dines25 Nov. 09 08:48
  • Recruiting Software: Ways Job Seekers Can Beat the System

    Ever since the Internet made applying for a job as easy as uploading or e-mailing a resume, hiring managers and HR personnel have had to contend with volumes of applicants for jobs. To help them screen all the resumes, they've turned to recruiting software and applicant tracking systems that filter candidates' resumes based on how well they match the job description. In fact, by 2004, 90 percent of the top 500 U.S. employers were using recruiting software, according to Human Resources Leader.

    Written by Meridith Levinson28 Oct. 09 08:21
  • Recruiter's Secrets: 6 Job Hunting Tips for a Tough Market

    Whether they're employed or unemployed, IT professionals are anxious about their job prospects during this recession. They want to know how to navigate the worst job market in years and how they can differentiate themselves. Here's direct advice from recruiters on job hunting, with and without a recruiter.

    Written by Meridith Levinson25 March 09 09:13
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