How to Plan for What's Next in the War for Tech Talent

With an average job tenure of about four years, and much less in metro areas, the concept of life-long employment with a single organization is long over. Fewer people today expect to start and end their career with the same employer. In fact, ...

Ready for Healthcare in a Box?

Why SaaS Might Be Exactly What the Industry Needs

Can technology solve some of the greatest challenges facing today’s hospitals and health networks? High costs? Provider mobility? Universal patient data integration, access and compliance? While Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan collaborate to solve healthcare issues for their employees, another worthy technology solution holds tremendous promise for healthcare deli...

AI and Machine Learning are Changing the World. Are IT Jobs at Risk?

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are making inroads into our lives on a daily basis. It won’t be long before steadily increasing investments in AI and machine learning to transform the way we live, work and play. What will this mean for the workforce? Like many technological breakthroughs in the past, we can expect some jobs to vanish, new ones t...

5 Differences Between Roles at a Start-Up and a Corporate Powerhouse

As we look back on 2017, we can safely say that the job market was essentially a tech candidates’ oyster. The high demand for tech professionals led to a candidate-driven tech job market where tech talent had the luxury to choose between the type of tech rol...

4 Ways to Retain Top Tech Talent in Today’s Competitive Market

There’s no denying the fact that hiring tech talent is a challenging task in today’s time. One of the simplest solutions to end the continuous fight is to retain tech talent and nurture them. In today’s tight labor market, companies are trying to lure tech talent away by giving ludicrous offers in terms of perks, projects, pay and opportunities, thereby making it all t...

5 Tips for Hiring the Best IT Talent

The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported that the IT unemployment rate is 3.9%, a staggeringly low rate that identifies those working in technology to be operating in a world where their skills are strongly valued and highly sought after. For organizations, a 3.9% tech unemployment rate means that recruitm...

Four Reasons to Hire Tech Contract Professionals for Your Team

In today’s job market, there are 57.3 million contractors working for various organizations across the country and 13% of that group are technology contractors. Gig economy workers are estimated to account for 34% of the workforce and according to a study conducted by software company ...

The Silicon Valley Ripple Effect: How Silicon Valley Tech Trends Predict Tech Talent Demands

Silicon Valley is known as the birthplace of innovation long before HP and Intel. It is also the home to iconic tech giants such as Google, Apple and Tesla, which have led the path to many unicorns and cutting edge-startups. Silicon Valley is currently a $3 tril...

How to Hire and Get Hired in Tech Today

Five Reasons Why IT Talent Seekers & Job Seekers Need Recruitment Firms Technologists build solutions. And oftentimes, these solutions are complex (which is ok, we love a good challenge). So it makes sense to say that when it comes to tech hiring, companies assume that the best solution is complex. However, there is a simple solution that many ...

JavaScript – Enhancing Server-side Operations

JavaScript was developed in the late 90’s by Netscape Communications, an American company well-known for its proprietary web browser Netscape Navigator, under the name LiveScript. Soon after its release in 1995, it was renamed to JavaScript to masquerade as a spin-off of the famous programming language Java. After more than 20 years from inception, this lightweight interpr...

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