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Five Rules For Networking Without Looking Desperate

The key to good networking is distinguishing it from asking for a job, a contact, or a personal favor. Keeping in touch is crucial, so that when you need someone...

Operation Reboot: IT Professionals Become Computer Science Teachers
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Operation Reboot: IT Professionals Become Computer Science Teachers

A three-year, Georgia Tech-sponsored program called Operation Reboot is helping 30 information technology professionals reenter the work force as high school computer...

Boom Times for Young Workers
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Boom Times for Young Workers

As companies adjust to operating with leaner staffs, many young professionals in their 20s and early 30s are receiving types of responsibilities typically reserved...

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Inside Project Managers' Paychecks: PMI Salary Survey Results

Approximately two-thirds of project management professionals in the U.S. expect their salaries to improve in 2010, while 29 percent expect to see their wages remain...

Five Million Reasons To Love Your Local Community College
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Five Million Reasons To Love Your Local Community College

Community colleges are emerging as a key focal point for leading U.S. educators. After long being ignored, community colleges are now set to receive billions of...

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Are Your Social Networking Profiles Sinking Your Job Search?

With more hiring managers than ever using social networking websites such as Facebook and LinkedIn to source and vet candidates, there is greater pressure on candidates...

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High-Tech Employment Grows

U.S. employment rose for three high-tech job categories in 2010's first quarter, according to IEEE-USA, citing data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

Fixing Silicon Valley's Gender Gap One Pitch at a Time
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Fixing Silicon Valley's Gender Gap One Pitch at a Time

Teams of high school girls recently pitched Android apps and business plans to business leaders at Microsoft's campus as part of an eight-week program that introduces...

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German IT Body

Finding young women to fill tech jobs continues to be a problem for the German information technology (IT) industry, according to a new study from German technology...

Why the iPhone Could Be Bad News for Computer Science
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Why the iPhone Could Be Bad News for Computer Science

Robert Harle of the University of Cambridge's Computer Laboratory says the closed philosophy of devices such as the iPhone discourages the kind of tinkering that...

Online Recruitment Is At Its Highest Since 2008
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Online Recruitment Is At Its Highest Since 2008

According to Monster, in the first quarter of 2010, U.K. online recruitment activity rose to its highest level since late 2008. Activity in the IT sector was at...

The Next Best Career Move: Actually Moving
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The Next Best Career Move: Actually Moving

A small but growing group of job seekers in the United States are relocating to areas of the country with stronger job markets or more desirable living, even without...

Out of the Loop in Silicon Valley
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Out of the Loop in Silicon Valley

Although technology hubs such as Silicon Valley boast that they are open to good ideas irrespective of the age, educational level, or station in life of the inventor...

Tech Sector in Hiring Drive
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Tech Sector in Hiring Drive

The technology industry, an engine of innovation and U.S. prosperity for more than half a century, is accelerating its recovery from the recession with earnings...

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Uncle Sam Wants You (to Fight Hackers)

A shortfall of cybersecurity professionals is on the horizon, with Boeing's Alan Greenberg warning that the U.S. public and private sectors will collectively need...

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U.S. Steps Up Probe of Hiring in Tech

The U.S. Justice Department reportedly is investigating whether large tech companies have agreed not to recruit each other's employees in ways that violate antitrust...

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Rampant Cheating Hurts China's Research Ambitions

Ghostwriting, plagiarizing or faking results is so rampant in Chinese academia that some experts worry it could hinder China's efforts to become a leader in science...

Franklin Institute Awards 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal
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Franklin Institute Awards 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal

The 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Computer and Cognitive Science is presented to Shafrira Goldwasser for her fundamental contributions to the theoretical foundation...

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New Hiring Formula Values Math Pros

Silicon Valley technology firms are seeking employees with stronger backgrounds in statistics and machine learning, thanks to the advent of cloud computing. 

Engineering Grads Earn the Most
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Engineering Grads Earn the Most

Eight of the top 10 best-paid college majors are in engineering, and computer science was the fourth most lucrative degree, according to a new report from the National...
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