We recently reported on a study that concluded IT certifications were losing their ability to enhance the job prospects and earning power of IT professionals. But a new survey says IT certifications still lead to better jobs and better pay.
With so many people – including IT pros – currently looking for work, it’s important to write resumes that can grab someone’s attention. But these caught the hiring manager’s eye for the wrong reasons.
IT pros, especially IT managers, put in a lot of stressful hours, often for little reward and no appreciation from other parts of the company. But there have to be worse gigs, right? Not according to this survey.
The IT sector has seen some good economic news lately, and that continues with the latest employment figures:
There’s some good news if you’re an IT pro with experience in these areas – but bad if you’re in charge of hiring and retaining those people.
Increasing workloads and stagnant salaries have a distressing number of IT workers looking to change jobs soon, according to a recent Computerworld study.