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Are You Starting a Career in IT? What You Need to Know

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The IT field is a pretty rich industry, always growing and evolving. It takes a lot of energy and enthusiasm to keep up with trends and ever-changing software. But the good news is that well-informed IT professionals who are committed to learning and professional development are always in demand. Whether you’re looking to change careers… Read more »

Improving Your Management Skills 9/12: Admit Your Mistakes

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Ugh, so you made a mistake at work. It’s embarrassing, frustrating, and humbling. You probably want to sweep it under the rug and hope no one noticed so people don’t think less of you. But if you’re a manager, then chances are someone has noticed. And the truth is that if you own up and… Read more »

Becoming a Better Job Candidate 9/12: Share Beyond the Obvious Skills and Experience

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When you’re applying for new jobs, you need to find ways to make yourself stand out from the competition. Whether it’s on your resume, in your cover letter, or an interview, it helps if you share more than the standard skills and experience. You need to demonstrate your passion, your enthusiasm, your commitment to the… Read more »

5 Characteristics to Look For When Searching for the Right Tech Talent

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Hiring can be a very intimidating process. You have to attract or recruit the right talent, screen candidates and determine, often with minimal data from interviews and background checks, whether this person is the right fit for your company. And if you make a mistake and hire someone who’s not, you have to start the whole process over again,… Read more »

Improving Your Management Skills 8/12: Figure out Effective Motivation Tactics

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You’ve got a cast of dream employees, and now you need to figure out how to keep them happy and motivated. You need them to work as efficiently as possible so you can boost productivity, keep costs down, and maximize revenue. Plus, you want them to be satisfied and challenged enough that they stick around. Here are… Read more »

Becoming a Better Job Candidate 8/12: Clean up Your Online Profiles

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Yes, it’s been confirmed! Hiring managers and recruiters really do look at your social media accounts. The job market is competitive, and companies are looking for any reason to weed out applicants and toss them into the “thanks, but no thanks” category. So, it’s up to you to make sure your online presence is clean and… Read more »

These 3 IT Podcasts Are Must Listen for Any Professional

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The tech industry is unique because it’s changing and evolving so rapidly. You practically need to be enrolled in classes full time in order to keep up. Fortunately, there’s a more practical solution than that: podcasts. They’re free and informative, and there are so many you’re bound to find one that’s right up your alley. You can listen in… Read more »

Tips for Staying Away From Negativity in the Office

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Work can get tough. It gets stressful and frustrating and monotonous. And no matter what, people complain. And if not controlled, the complaints spread like wildfire. Negativity in the workplace is contagious and it can drag you down, distract you from your real mission and crush your productivity. Here are some tips for staying away… Read more »

Improving Your Management Skills 6/12: Improve Your Self-Assessment

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A manager relies heavily on self-assessment. They provide useful insight into the employees’ perception of themselves and their role in the company. But a manager needs to be able to self-assess too. It’s a great chance to pause, take stock of your skills, reflect on your career goals, and make a plan to improve upon… Read more »

Becoming a Better Job Candidate 6/12: Clean Up Your Resume

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Your resume might be the most important document of your career. It’s the first thing that hiring managers see about you and it’s what determines whether or not they decide to call you in for an interview. It needs to be in prime form so you can get past the screening process. If it’s too… Read more »