The latest jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics was pretty much good news for IT professionals, though just how good depends on how you interpret job categories.
Stories by Jamie Eckle
Was HP's CIO the best paid in the country in 2012? Maybe.
In managing human resources, people architecture is gaining popularity, says IT workforce analyst David Foote. He explains what it is and why it's on the rise.
Two surveys show that starting salaries for recent college graduates with computer science degrees has slipped, but pay might not be the most important factor for IT professionals when it comes to choosing jobs.
CIOs in the Dark
Personal coach Kelly Walsh says some initiatives with the 'work/life balance' label are actually counterproductive.
IT: You Don't Have to Be a Star
A survey of IT professionals shows they tend to think they are smarter and more creative than their bosses.
A survey puts QA in the No. 2 position when it comes to on-the-job contentment.
A mentor and mentee explain what they have gained from their company's mentorship program.
Grads: A Splash of Cold Water
OnForce CEO Peter Cannone says the use of IT contractors is expanding and will continue to do so.
A survey finds that stress remains high, but it's down significantly from last year.
Enrollment shot up nearly 30% last year.
Computer science professor Norm Matloff is a longtime critic of the H-1B program.