Dominate A Salary Negotiation Like A Pro

February 7, 2012
A salary negotiation is often like a tug of war

In discussing tips for negotiating your salary requirements with a new company, or even negotiating a raise, think of this in two phases: one, general preparation; and, two, salary negotiation. Through proper general preparation for an interview or for a word with a senior member of staff, you will be much more confident and persuasive. […]

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IT Salary Trends For 2012

January 27, 2012

In spite of the Great Recession, information technology salaries have remained steady or increased, according to a salary survey sponsored by Computer Economics. One reason for the seemingly Teflon-coated IT salaries is that unlike many industries, IT managers struggle to find employees with the complex skills necessary to perform high-level programming, data analysis and other […]

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

February 23, 2011
QuickCert Newsletter

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) Avoid The Ax. Stay 1 Step Ahead Of Your Boss. 2) Why Healthcare IT Is Hot 3) Salary Negotiations. Get What You Deserve. 4) In Pursuit of […]

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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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Forecasted IT Salaries for the New Year

January 26, 2011
Will IT Salaries Increase in 2011?

Salaries for U.S. IT professionals are expected to accelerate once again in 2011, after coming to a near halt the past two years. Reports from numerous organizations – including Robert Half Associates (an IT placement firm) and Datamation (news and analysis site for IT managers) – suggest, on average, they’ll increase as much as 2.5 […]

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