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Tech Talent Wars: 5 Ways to Lure Star Tech Workers

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When tech juggernauts compete to scoop up valuable IT talent, what is a mainstream company to do? Also, a shortage of qualified tech workers — in spite of the projected BLS statistic of a 12 percent decade-long growth rate for tech work by 2024 — doesn’t help. However, there’s more…

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5 Things Not to Say During an Interview

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Well, you’ve made it to the interview stage. Congratulations – that is often one of the most difficult steps of the job search. Managers have a lot of resumes to sift through, and there was something about yours that stood out. Now that you have the opportunity to sit down…

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Wayne’s World: Summer 2016

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Observations, Opinions and Musings from the Woods of Maine Happy Summer (only 23 weeks until Christmas!), Before you know it, Labor Day will be upon us. I hope you can enjoy what is left of the summer sunshine – and stay vigilant and safe. Related to the topic of labor,…

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Understanding How to Recruit and Impress IT Talent

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Today’s job climate is a product of time and progress, and its timeline scatters with the bell curves of industries that have found prominence and just as quickly lost it. Whether information technology will eventually succumb to the slow slope of passing relevance is a question for another day, but…

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Challenging Interview FAQs and How to Answer Them

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Landing a job interview is always a great feeling. Clearly, your resume piqued the interest of the prospective employer, and they now want to learn more about you through an interview. Taking the time to prepare for your interview by researching the company and position is essential to acing the…

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4 Ways to Find Information Technology Problem Solvers

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If you’re hiring information technology or EDI specific workers for contract or permanent positions, you need people who look for good solutions. Be familiar with these four questions, which allow an individual to showcase their problem-solving skills.   #1: After Describing the Project to Be Completed, Ask, “What Types of…

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How to End an Interview on a Strong Point

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There are a lot of different ways you can wrap up an interview. Hopefully, the stars will align, and your interview will end with a job offer, either on the spot (it happens, but don’t expect this; it’s not common) or in the near future. Contrary to popular belief, the…

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5 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Remote Worker

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Information technology is changing the workplace and impacting the way companies are hiring and selecting their best employees. When interviewing candidates for remote jobs, it’s a good idea to ask how the prospect functions on a daily basis. You need to get a clear picture of how they balance personal…

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Top Tools for Mobile Developers

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Mobile applications are taking up more space on our phones than ever before, and the market for mobile app development is increasing exponentially with it. App downloads are expected to exceed 225 billion in 2016 and the total market for apps will approach 77 billion by 2017, so having the…

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