• Most Employers See Every Job as a Tech Job

    Most Employers See Every Job as a Tech Job

    Almost 70 percent of employers now recognize that every job in their organization is, to some extent, a technology role due to the increasing dependence on technology in every area of the business. This is having an impact on how employers advertise, interview and recruit for roles in a highly competitive employment market. As employers
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  • US Information Technology Employment showing Modest Growth

    US Information Technology Employment showing Modest Growth

    U.S. information technology employment expanded by 4,600 new jobs in February, with four of five employment categories recording modest growth, according to CompTIA, the leading technology industry association. But job gains were offset by another rough month for workers in telecommunications, CompTIA’s analysis of today’s Bureau of Labor Statistics “Employment Situation” report  reveals. “In the
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  • Reference Checking – What You Really Need to Know

    Reference Checking – What You Really Need to Know

    Are you searching for your next position? While the need for a good job reference should be a “given”, many candidates take little time or effort to assure that their references are portraying them in the best possible light.  Frequently, this oversight occurs because of incorrect assumptions about how references (and reference checking) work. How do employers conduct
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  • ITSM Future Readiness – Where is the Industry Headed?

    ITSM Future Readiness – Where is the Industry Headed?

    Anyone working in IT currently knows all too well that the way we work and the tasks we need to accomplish are changing at a dramatic rate. But is the work getting easier or harder? Earlier this year ManageEngine ran a global survey on ITSM Future Readiness, and one of topics they covered related to what
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  • United States IT Sector Employment Rising

    United States IT Sector Employment Rising

    The latest employment figures for the U.S. IT sector reflect businesses’ expanding use of cloud-based technology and “as-a-service” options, CompTIA, the world’s leading technology association, said today. The IT sector added an estimated 9,600 new jobs in July, led by the addition of some 4,900 positions in IT and software services and computer system design,
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