Mashable recently examined the 10 biggest talent gaps in the tech sector, highlighting positions hirers have difficulty filling.
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Tech breakthroughs are making our lives easier — both in and out of the office.
Ever-improving Apple continues to launch new versions of the iPhone. Wearable tech now employs apps to tell us what stresses us out and what makes us happy. And thanks to technology, more companies are offering telecommuting options to employees, according to a recent SHRM study.more
If you’re planning to look for a new job this year, you’re not alone.
Which might leave you wondering: How, exactly, does one get noticed in a crowded, motivated pool of applicants? Sure, you can read the job description, but how can you know what hiring managers are really looking for? Which applicants stand out from a stack of resumes? Which sail through the interview process? And — most importantly — how can you be one of those successful candidates?more
To stay competitive as a nation, the U.S. needs more STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) professionals who can be the next generation of scientists that creates new, innovative technologies and solves world problems. It is hard to be an international leader, however, when U.S. K-12 students have poor STEM performance and a decreasing interest in STEM careers.more
It’s a good time to be a techie in the U.S. The average salary of a technology professional in the United States climbed 7.7 percent from 2014 to $96,370 a year. Average salary increases were the highest for entry-level jobs; however, the more experienced tech professionals were more likely to receive bonuses, with the average bonus hitting $10,194, up seven percent from 2014.more
Peruse the CareerCast best jobs in IT and engineering, and the report looks quite similar to the annual Jobs Rated report on best jobs. With promising employment opportunities and the potential for lucrative salaries, careers in these fields are undeniably attractive. It and engineering were collectively two of the few stable sectors during the recession, and will only continue to boom as the economy proves.more
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