IT has one of the highest turnover rates of any industry. Maybe because IT is constantly evolving or maybe because IT tends to attract young, talented professionals who are more likely to job hop. Whatever the reasons, we explore five tips to help you be successful working in a high turnover field.
We’ve talked about crafting the perfect IT skills resume, how to rock your interview, and even how to make a great impression on your first day. Now, it’s time to get into the fine details for you to land your next gig.
For many people, salary negotiation is the most stressful part of the interview process. They’ve expressed their willingness to hire you. Now, you just have to set the terms.
You’ve not only survived the interview. You have an offer in hand. It’s a good one, and you’ve decided to go for it. But it’s not quite time to take a breather. How you accept the job speaks to your employers more than you can imagine.
IT job candidates have a wide range of choices, especially if they work in a highly-specialized field. For that reason, it’s important to use the interview process to determine if the job is the right fit for both sides.
Resumes can only tell you so much about an applicant. What really counts is the work that they do, and how they work with others. The new way to interview people – especially in the technology industry – is using projects.
Let’s face it. You’re a technology pro, so every interview is going to be a technical interview, at least in part. Prepare to rock out your interview with these tips.
This week, we spent time looking IT certifications and roles and how they tie to salaries. Money isn’t everything, but let’s be honest: IT pays well — and we all have bills to pay. Here’s a look back at what we discovered and shared.
Let the debate begin. We put together a list of what we think are the most awesome IT roles out there; some very real possibilities and some maybe a little bit a stretch of the imagination. Get ready for a fun look at why IT rocks beyond the pay, the tech, and all that jazz.
As technologies continue to evolve, some IT roles will be left in the proverbial dust. We explore the roles that are most likely facing a decline in the very near future. As a result, IT roles are changing, for better or worse. We explore some of those roles and what you can do to evolve along the way.