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Most Developers are 'Actively' Looking or 'Open to' a New Job
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Most Developers are 'Actively' Looking or 'Open to' a New Job

Almost three-quarters (74%) of developers are actively looking for new roles or are open to fresh opportunities, according to a survey of 2,600 developers by StackOverflow...

Looking for Remote Work? It Could be Harder to Find
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Looking for Remote Work? It Could be Harder to Find

Job seekers who want to work remotely might have fewer options in 2023 as employers scale back on hiring and on remote-work positions, according to LinkedIn's latest ...

More Than Half of IT Pros Say They'll Be Looking for a New Job
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More Than Half of IT Pros Say They'll Be Looking for a New Job

While job satisfaction among IT workers is high, more than half of respondents to Skillsoft's 2022 IT Skills and Salary Report survey said they are likely or extremely...

Quiet Firing: The Workplace Trend That Has Everyone Worried
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Quiet Firing: The Workplace Trend That Has Everyone Worried

Quiet quitting has been joined by "quiet firing" as a new term for passive-aggressive conflicts playing out in the workplace.

Highly Skilled Tech Workers Becoming a Rarity
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Highly Skilled Tech Workers Becoming a Rarity

The increasing rarity of skilled technology workers is forcing companies to make difficult decisions, according to the 2022 Tech Work Report by A.Team.

Students Want to Learn to Code, Lack of Access Is a Barrier
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Students Want to Learn to Code, Lack of Access Is a Barrier

Forty-nine percent of 16-to-24 year olds in the U.K. see coding languages as being either more or equally as valuable as foreign languages skills in furthering...

Remote Work Is Fueling IT's Unsustainably High Attrition Rates
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Remote Work Is Fueling IT's Unsustainably High Attrition Rates

Attrition rates for some IT companies have hit between 20% to 30%, which means they are theoretically replacing their entire work force every three-and-a-half years...

Shortage of AI Experts Worsens the Skills Crisis
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Shortage of AI Experts Worsens the Skills Crisis

Slow progress in some countries' adoption of artificial intelligence means businesses can't harness the technology to solve the shortage of labor and skills they...

'I Used to Run a Pub, Now I Work in Tech'
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'I Used to Run a Pub, Now I Work in Tech'

Career changers explain why they made the switch to IT.

Best Tech Podcasts: Listen and Learn
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Best Tech Podcasts: Listen and Learn

Informative and fun, tech podcasts deliver news and insights about the diverse and ever-changing world of technology.

Top 10 Tech Jobs for Extroverts
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Top 10 Tech Jobs for Extroverts

The IT field may be considered an introvert haven, but tech jobs require teamwork and some of them are great for extroverts.
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