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The Future of Work: It's Data, Baby
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The Future of Work: It's Data, Baby

A number of experts are predicting that IT jobs that involve first-hand knowledge of data and statistics will be the wave of the future. Experts writing about the...

How to Find Out If Hiring Managers Are Checking You Out
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How to Find Out If Hiring Managers Are Checking You Out

Knowing when hiring managers or recruiters are checking out your blog, LinkedIn profile or Web site can give you an important informational advantage in the job...

Five Methods I ­sed To Get A Job Through Twitter
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Five Methods I ­sed To Get A Job Through Twitter

There are five ways to leverage your use of Twitter during a job search. Instead of just using Twitter to respond to and connect with people when you have the time...

Career Advice: High-Tech, Healthcare Best Choices For College Students
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Career Advice: High-Tech, Healthcare Best Choices For College Students

College students seeking careers in computer science and engineering have the best chance of being hired in the wake of the recession, according to a Challenger...

Welcome to 3-D Learning
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Welcome to 3-D Learning

The Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS) is using three-dimensional (3D) technology to enable students to interact with the content covered in...

Female High Schoolers Targeted For Math, Science Degrees By N.j. Colleges
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Female High Schoolers Targeted For Math, Science Degrees By N.j. Colleges

Rutgers University is among a group of New Jersey colleges that are working to get more women interested in pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering...

Researchers Will Tap Social Media to Support Citizens in Emergency Response
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Researchers Will Tap Social Media to Support Citizens in Emergency Response

University of Colorado at Boulder (CU-Boulder) researchers have received more than $2 million from the National Science Foundation to investigate the public's use...

Saudi Arabia's New Technology ­niversity Opens Its Doors
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Saudi Arabia's New Technology ­niversity Opens Its Doors

On an afternoon in late July, Tony Eastham sat in a half-built office outside Jeddah, in Saudi Arabia. Outside, the whines and growls of construction heralded the...

Singularity Taps Students' Technology Ideas
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Singularity Taps Students' Technology Ideas

The first graduates of Singularity University, a new school supported by NASA, Google, and others, recently unveiled their visions for leveraging emerging technology...

Iu Cognitive Scientists Receive $3.1 Million For Innovative Training Methods
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Iu Cognitive Scientists Receive $3.1 Million For Innovative Training Methods

Indiana University (IU) Bloomington researchers have received a five-year, $3.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop and deploy new...

Scholarship Sponsorships For Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Announced
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Scholarship Sponsorships For Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Announced

The Anita Borg Institute (ABI) for Women and Technology has announced that Cisco, Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems will be among the sponsors for the Grace Hopper...

Nsf Funds CM­ Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in Privacy and Security
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Nsf Funds CM­ Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in Privacy and Security

Carnegie Mellon University has received a five-year, $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to launch a Ph.D. program in usable privacy and security...

Federal Grants Aim to Boost STEM Equity
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Federal Grants Aim to Boost STEM Equity

Two programs created to get more minority and female students interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects and careers have received...

Women in It: Success and Struggle
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Women in It: Success and Struggle

Female participation in the information technology (IT) industry is growing and women now account for 15 percent to 25 percent of technical professionals, although...

Expect Pay Raises to Return Next Year
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Expect Pay Raises to Return Next Year

After a year of economic uncertainty, many American workers and managers will be able to look forward to pay increases and bonuses again in 2010, according to new...

Games Can Actually Become a Career
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Games Can Actually Become a Career

In South Africa, recent university graduates with a background in gaming are landing well-paying jobs, both within the gaming industry and in more traditional fields...

Do Elite Colleges Produce the Best-Paid Graduates?
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Do Elite Colleges Produce the Best-Paid Graduates?

PayScale, a site that collects data on salaries for different professions, recently released an updated data set from over 1.2 million users on the salaries of...

Hot It Skills: Certified and Non-Certified It Skills in Demand
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Hot It Skills: Certified and Non-Certified It Skills in Demand

Foote Partners, an IT staffing and hiring consultancy, has compiled lists of which IT skills and certifications are most in demand in the current IT job market....

Where the Tech Jobs Are
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Where the Tech Jobs Are

While layoffs have been occurring within the tech sector, companies continue to hire recent college graduates and experienced IT workers with the right technology...

How to Find Job Posts on Twitter
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How to Find Job Posts on Twitter

Some employers and recruiters have turned to Twitter to post positions and find new talent for jobs that require specific technical skills. However, using Twitter...
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