How to Kick-Start Your IT Job Search

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Whether you are looking for your first IT position or are seeking a new role that will allow you to advance, launching a job search can be an intimidating prospect. It can be hard to figure out where you should begin. You might feel paralyzed due to the sheer number of decisions you need to… Read more »


Why Resume Embellishments Won’t Cut It Anymore

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Lying on a resume is never OK, but embellishing here and there is standard practice, right? It may have once been, but as the recruitment process has become ever more competitive and ever more technological, employers have more incentive than ever to see through your embellishments. Career Builder recently conducted a survey of HR professionals… Read more »


Why Behavioral Interviewing Could be Right for You

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One of the greatest challenges in interviewing is trying to correlate a candidate’s past achievement with their future potential. One strategy to accomplish this feat of soothsaying this is to focus more on personality and work style than skill set and employment history. This is called behavioral interviewing, and tech companies are increasingly integrating this… Read more »


Juggling Multiple Interviews

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Almost all job searches start slow and then – if you market yourself consistently – build momentum to the point that you may find yourself with the happy “problem” of having to juggle several interviews in the same week, if not even the same day. Read below for tips on how to handle multiple interviews…. Read more »


Should You Stay or Should You Go? Assessing the Risk of a Job Offer

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You are employed now, but you’ve just had a very attractive job offer. You now have a major decision to make: Take it or leave it? The new job will have duties somewhat – if not substantially – different from your current position. The new company will have a different culture than the one you… Read more »