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  • IT contractor roles taking longer to fill

    Recruiters are finding it harder to fill IT contractor roles as demand heats up according to a new report by the Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA).

  • Cloud drives job creation in banner month for tech

    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 3,600 jobs were created in the tech category, 'data processing, hosting and related services,' marking the single best month of job growth in this category since June 1998.

  • 6 highest/lowest paid IT jobs

    C-level titles top the list of highest paid IT jobs, and technical support positions dominate the low end of the pay scale, according to new IT salary data from technology staffing firm Mondo.

  • Tech talent wars spill into marketing

    With the unemployment rate for tech workers below 4 per cent across the US, there's growing competition for IT talent. Lately, some of the demand for tech candidates is coming from outside the IT department. Who's behind it? Marketing.

  • Nick Carr's IT Doesn't Matter still matters

    Nick Carr's article "IT Doesn't Matter" was published in in Harvard Business Review in May 2003 and ignited an industry firestorm for its perceived dismissal of the strategic value of IT.

  • White House program targets IT jobs for service members

    The Obama administration this week teamed with Cisco, Microsoft, HP and others to roll out what it called an "IT Training and Certification Partnership" designed to get thousands of service members into the information technology world.

  • Fave-Reads: 6 must-read books to ignite your IT career

    With companies running lean and mean, professional development has increasingly become an individual sport. IT workers have learned to fend for themselves to develop needed skills and gain new mindsets for managing more effectively and adding more value to the workplace.

  • Career advice that will change your life

    These days, free advice can be found everywhere, from your various social networks to your favorite advice column. But truly valuable advice typically comes from your peers or people who've made it to a career or life position that you'd like to get to someday.

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