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Are Android Jobs the Next Big Thing?

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Android started its journey in 2008. Since then, it has carved a niche for itself in the mobile market. Although Apple had a three month’s lead when android entered the market, today Android has surpassed Apple in every terms. Learning android has become a top priority for developers. The only prerequisite being knowing the basics of Java essentials. Indeed.com shows ... Read More »

How To Nail Your Entry-Level Job Search

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You’ve got a 4.0, created the perfect resume, and established a flawless network of connections, but it takes a lot more than these things to gain the attention of employers. Today more than ever before, competition is fierce in the entry-level job market. As an entry-level job seeker, you’ve got to go above and beyond to outshine other job applicants. ... Read More »

Say Goodbye to the Nine to Five Worker

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Being Late is Fine with Employers, Thanks to Smart Technology The majority of global employers don’t mind when employees show up late for work, according to new research by Mozy®, the world’s most trusted provider of data protection and availability for consumers and businesses. Mobile technology, including smartphone apps and cloud services, now means that employers are surprisingly supportive of ... Read More »

New Job Opportunities with Financial Startups

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If you want to know where the job market is headed, Benchmark’s Michael Eisenberg recommends that you pay attention to the trend surrounding micro businesses or sub-SMEs, “where we have a lot of talented people that have gotten laid off or have left their jobs in corporate America that are starting businesses on their own.” “This is creating incredible opportunities ... Read More »

50 Fastest Growing Online Jobs for Q2 2012

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Freelancer.com, the world’s largest outsourcing marketplace, today announced the Freelancer.com Fast 50 for the second quarter of 2012. The Freelancer.com Fast 50 pulls data from over 4 million users and over 2.3 million projects to highlight the 50 fastest moving online job categories, creating the most comprehensive insight into online job trends. The data for the Q2 Fast 50 report ... Read More »

A Guide To User Experience Careers

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User Experience is one of the fastest growing and most exciting segments in the interactive industry. This guide provides essential information on the different career opportunities within UX, national benchmarks for UX salaries, the hottest metro areas for UX jobs, and tools of the trade for UX professionals. Brought to you by onwardsearch.com. Read More »

Silicon Valley’s Ongoing Talent War

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As soon as top employees exit the doors of their high profile company, you can bet that other Silicon Valley tech companies are already clamoring to snatch up these valued industry professionals. Here is how they are taking the talent from one another, who’s winning and who’s losing. Read More »

The Hidden Jobs Report

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In an earlier post I wrote about ways to find hidden jobs and as I reflected on that earlier today, I thought it might be useful if I made a weekly report to help you guys out. I mean, if you want me to. Let me know if you find this data useful and how it could be more useful. ... Read More »

MBA Employment Outlook on the Mend But Still Challenging

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The job market for new business school graduates remains difficult, but there are clear signs that employers are becoming increasingly confident about the economy - and more eager to hire - according to newly released data from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). Read More »

DOL announces $1.8 million in grants to support women in non-traditional occupations

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The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a total of $1.8 million in funding to six organizations in California, Illinois, Maryland, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania as part of the Women in Apprenticeship and Non-traditional Occupations Grants program. The awards will support partnerships between the grantees and currently existing Registered Apprenticeship programs to ensure that women have training opportunities and career support to succeed in non-traditional occupations in growing sectors of the economy. Read More »