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Employees: How to Push Back Without Putting Yourself at Risk

Posted May 05, 2015 in In the Workplace
In high-risk military situations, there's no time for deliberation. You have to trust the people around you to process information and make decisions quickly, and you must execute without question.
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Should You Move For a Job? When Relocation Makes Sense — and When It Doesn’t

Posted May 04, 2015 in Job Hunting, Career Advice, Career Choices
Whether you’ve been offered a job in another city or you’re simply looking to expand your search, relocating for work is a huge decision — and one that many people are faced with every day. According to a study from the U.S. Census Bureau, nearly 20 percent of Americans who moved between 2012 and 2013 did so for a job. Not sure if you’re ready to be part of that statistic? Ask yourself these six questions and you’ll be well on your way to deciding whether to call the movers or to stay put and stick it out.
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Where the stable, high paying jobs will be through 2020

Posted April 14, 2015 in Job Hunting, Career Advice, Career Choices
The employment landscape is a fast-changing one where entire industries can suffer massive declines out of nowhere, leaving people jobless, scratching their heads, and wondering what the hell happened. So, it’s always a good idea to, given the opportunity, join an industry that is expected to show growth over at least the next few years.
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Tech Skills Are Growing Beyond IT Jobs

Posted April 10, 2015 in In the Workplace
Tech skills are growing in demand in other, un-related occupations. Using WANTED Analytics hiring demand and talent supply data, we examined the top 50 advertised IT skills to see which of these appeared in jobs that aren’t traditionally tech related
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What Degrees Do IT Jobs Require?

Posted March 27, 2015 in Job Hunting, Career Advice
Across the information technology field, there are over 3 million qualified candidates in the US workforce. Meanwhile, there are 450,637 job openings in this field. That calculates to about 7 candidates per unique job ad. With high demand and a narrow candidate supply, some employers have considered and hired candidates without completed academic degrees. This has been considered an uncommon recruiting practice for a long time. However, with great need for skilled technical talent, some Recruiters are acquiring those with the proven experience needed rather than focusing on education.
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Warning: Your Resume Filename Sucks!

Posted March 24, 2015 in Resume & Cover Letters, Job Hunting
When you look at your resume, it looks like the best marketing brochure. Your professional experience is a straight string of promotions, backed up with stunning achievements. Your education is top of the class and your references look like industry address book. Your skills in formatting shine through a beautiful layout and your resume is packed with appropriate keywords. There’s no chance that robots could cut out this beauty. However, you had your last interview four months ago and since then you didn’t get a single call from a recruiter. And you sent hundreds of job applications. Depressing, isn’t it?
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