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Data analysis is a field growing at an incredible rate, and more companies require talented analysts to dig through the mountains of information they accumulate every day. According to McKinsey, the United States is on track for a shortage of up to 190,000 analytical employees by 2018,...
As early as the eighteenth century, letters of introduction were a part of polite society. The practice spread to American shores from Europe. They have changed over time. Letters of recommendation became self written, they became more detailed - listing everything about a person's ...
It is time to invest in the advanced technology that provides the foundation and tools for the people and processes to meet their true potential. This means investing in the organizational construct known as a business technology Center of Excellence (CoE). The general concept of a bu...
Cloud Expo announced today that it has launched a new Twitter site called http://twitter.com/CloudJobFair. CloudJobFair will provide a continually updated list of jobs available in the field of cloud computing throughout the world. Looking for a job in the cloud? This is a great way...
Selling IT products or services to CEOs? Not the easiest task, and very different from selling to CIOs, but thinking like a CEO and not an IT salesperson is the key to opening the door to the CEO suite.
A very unique online website and DC-area business cropped up recently that pairs housework and chores with exercise to provide sustainable, healthy benefits for those of us women and moms working from home (i.e. CAHMs and WAHMs) - at SqueezeItIn.com.
IT personnel have been referred to as many things:from heroes and essential partners, to %^&**!@#!! villains. But how about a Pit Bull or a Chihuahua? If you take a look at some of the most dramatic canine personalities, you might find some interesting similarities between engineers ...
IT managers can look to an unlikely source for career inspiration: the late Walter Cronkite. The guiding principles that made Cronkite, "the most trusted man in America" can help impact your career in the world of high tech. The late Walter Cronkite as a role model for IT managers? ...
IBM is reportedly getting set to lay off “thousands” of staffers in the UK, Germany and Ireland and move the jobs to Eastern Europe, China, India and South America, according to an unconfirmed story in the Observer over the weekend. The British paper quoted Lee Conrad, the national coo...
IBM is reportedly transferring U.S. jobs in its global services unit to India. The Wall Street Journal said Wednesday morning that the company was expected to tell what the paper could only call "a large number" of American workers that their jobs were either being eliminated or sent t...
The Wall Street Journal said Wednesday morning that the company was expected to inform what the paper could only call “a large number” of American workers that their jobs were either being eliminated or sent to India. [email protected] suggests the layoffs will be on Thursday. IBM’s earning...
Unemployment is rising and competition for the few jobs that are available is becoming tougher than ever. With each open job requisition, hiring managers are receiving hundreds of résumés. How do you stand out of the crowd? What can you do to get noticed? How can you start an interesti...
Ulitzer.com announced today that it will drop the news coverage about the online job site Dice and initiate a new Monster.com coverage for its technology readers. Ulitzer decision was prompted by a recent correspondence received from Chris Miller ([email protected]) of Dice.