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Laid-Off Workers Are Flooded With Fake Job Offers
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Laid-Off Workers Are Flooded With Fake Job Offers

Employment scams using fake job opportunities to swindle applicants are on the rise and have found a new, prime target in laid-off tech workers.

Pace of Layoffs Picks Up Speed In Tech Sector
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Pace of Layoffs Picks Up Speed In Tech Sector

Technology-driven companies across industries have been laying off workers at the fastest pace since the COVID-19 pandemic struck in 2020, according to the Layoffs...

Laid Off Tech Workers Quickly Find New Jobs
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Laid Off Tech Workers Quickly Find New Jobs

Most laid off tech workers are finding jobs shortly after beginning their search, a ZipRecruiter survey shows, and tech firms that are hiring still outnumber those...

Cybersecurity Firms Reduce Staff
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Cybersecurity Firms Reduce Staff

Cybersecurity service and technology providers have laid off hundreds of workers in recent months, including workers in technical roles.

Robots Help Recruit Tech-Savvy Workers
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Robots Help Recruit Tech-Savvy Workers

Some companies see warehouse-floor automation as helping them onboard tech-savvy workers and managers as part of their efforts to reduce headcount, lower costs,...

Cybersecurity Chiefs Struggle to Hire Amid Talent Shortage
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Cybersecurity Chiefs Struggle to Hire Amid Talent Shortage

The cybersecurity talent gap grew by 26.2% over the past year, with around 3.4 million unfilled jobs worldwide, according to a study from (ISC)2.

Companies, Universities Are Building 'Cyber Talent Hub'
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Companies, Universities Are Building 'Cyber Talent Hub'

Cybersecurity companies, investors, and universities are collaborating to build a platform that aims to bolster the cyber talent pool by connecting students with...

Cities Are Paying $12,000 Cash to Attract Tech Workers
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Cities Are Paying $12,000 Cash to Attract Tech Workers

A growing number of U.S. cities and towns are handing out cash grants and other perks aimed at drawing skilled employees of faraway companies to live there and...

Manufacturing Is Becoming A White-Collar Profession in Singapore
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Manufacturing Is Becoming A White-Collar Profession in Singapore

Manufacturing has made a comeback in Singapore, where the share of jobs held by  high-skill professionals, managers, executives, and technicians has risen by 8...

Signs of Trouble Could Mean a Talent Bonanza for Big Tech
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Signs of Trouble Could Mean a Talent Bonanza for Big Tech

After years of fighting to keep engineers and other sought-after employees from leaving for rivals or buzzy startups, big tech companies are increasingly attractive...

Cyber Chiefs Try New Tricks to Attract Talent
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Cyber Chiefs Try New Tricks to Attract Talent

Cybersecurity and risk executives are using non-traditional means to attract talent, including seeking candidates without degrees or technology backgrounds.

Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work
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Tech Sanctions Press Russia to 'Reinvent' Ways to Work

Russian companies are increasingly searching for locally developed alternatives to Western hardware and software amid sanctions.

CIO Pay Jumps as Tech Moves Closer to Core of Business
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CIO Pay Jumps as Tech Moves Closer to Core of Business

Average CIO salaries rose 21% to $287,500 this year from last, according to staffing firm Mondo, reflecting the position's increasingly critical role within businesses...
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