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What To Look For In An IT Certification Training Course

July 25, 2011
What To Look For In An IT Certification Training Course

Are you interested in IT training? No matter if you are an IT professional or managing a group of people in this industry, training and certification is often times a must. However, the way you go about doing this will greatly determine the effectiveness and overall level of success. Here are three things to look […]

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3 Hottest New Jobs in IT

July 14, 2011
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Are you interested in an IT job? Are you looking for something fresh and exciting? There is no better time than now to be in the job market. According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, IT positions have seen a month over month increase since January 2011. In short, this means that new positions are […]

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Target Silicone Valley: Getting Hired at the Hottest Tech Companies

June 23, 2011
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With the United States economy suffering from record unemployment levels, the online technology industry is still growing rapidly. With the popularity of social networking, new startup companies are entering the field every day. The first dot-com boom of the 1990s led to the creation of many startup technology companies that have now grown into large […]

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What Is Cloud Computing And Why Should You Care?

June 22, 2011
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Announced during the 2011 E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo), computer software and mobile technology giant Apple introduced their iCloud system, a technology that takes cloud computing to the higher level of syncing with not just computers, but that of phones and tablets. While a big announcement for Apple, this type of technology isn’t hardly new. As […]

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The 7 Steps Of A Twitter Job Search

June 20, 2011
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Twitter isn’t just a way of keeping up with what your friends and favorite celebrities are doing. It’s time to turn up the heat and use Twitter to land a job that you love. If you haven’t already created an account for yourself, you’re going to want to do that first. When it comes to […]

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IT Career & Salary-boosting News & Advice – March 2011

March 24, 2011

Now available – our latest newsletter filled with news, advice and tips to help boost your IT career and fatten your paycheck. This month’s featured articles include: 1) MCSE: Why & How You Should Add It To Your Resume 2) 7 Ways LinkedIn Can Turbo-charge Your Career 3) IT Job Landscape: 2011’s Industry Trends 4) […]

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MCSE: Why & How You Should Add It To Your Resume

March 24, 2011
MCSE Helps Any Resume Look Strong

Nowadays, it’s practically a must to have an MCSE Certification on your resume if you plan to ever work as a Network Administrator, Systems Engineer or IT Manager ($44,000-$94,000/yr); or to serve in such high paying roles as IT Director or Sr. Systems Engineer ($63,000-$109,000/yr). What is an MCSE & how do I earn it? […]

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Avoid The Ax. Stay One Step Ahead Of Your Boss.

February 23, 2011
Avoid The Axe At Work

Today you have a job and a paycheck. Tomorrow, you may not have either. Of course, being a victim of downsizing can never happen to you. That is, until it does… just like it does every day to thousands of other educated, hardworking, always-on-time-and-stay-late IT professionals. The cold fact is you – and everyone you […]

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Why Healthcare IT Is Hot

February 23, 2011
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U.S. hospitals are racing to get a bite of the government’s stimulus pie, which was baked to encourage healthcare providers to get their information technology updated. The clamor has created new IT job opportunities within an always growing industry; and has turned “healthcare IT” into the industry’s latest buzz phrase. But what does this healthcare […]

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Salary Negotiations. Get What You Deserve.

February 23, 2011

The results of salary negotiations – upon being offered a job – can be the difference between being paid fairly or feeling cheated and unhappy. Not only that, all of your future raises and/or bonuses – be them 1% or 10% of your base salary – will also take a financial hit. Although it can […]

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