• IT jobs holding their own, while the industry holds its breath

    The latest report from Dice Holdings, an online job site, shows a modest decline in available jobs since this time last year, with New York accounting for more than half the loss. But at least one analyst cautions the market could turn sour yet.

    Linda Tucci5,285 pointsBadges:
  • IT job rotation rare, but critical for business alignment

    Giving up good employees to other business units within an organization has likely soured more than a few managers, but experts say CIOs concerned about staffing should seriously consider formal IT job rotation programs.

    Shamus McGillicuddy5,405 pointsBadges:
  • IT job hunting? Mind your manners

    In a job market like this, companies want a guarantee that you can play well with others -- even if you are the smartest kid on the block.

    SueHildreth430 pointsBadges:
  • Is salary the most important factor for job satisfaction?

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  • Managing your career in an economic downturn

    Talk of a recession makes everyone a little edgy. But career expert Jean Fuller has a five-step plan to not only help you keep your job, but also learn how to use an economic downturn to your advantage.

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Information security teams in line for more money, but talent scarce

    Spending on information security teams is rising, but finding talent is harder than ever. Forrester offers seven tips for nabbing the right people.

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Do you feel free to be innovative in your job?

    Karen Goulart2,010 pointsBadges:
  • Start a New Job Right With ‘The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan’

    CIOs and other leaders can make a splash with tips from 'The New Leader's 100-Day Action Plan.'

    SearchCIOMidmarket9,485 pointsBadges:
  • The CIO job and age discrimination

    Is the CIO job more vulnerable to age discrimination than other C-suite positions? Yes, but in ways you might not imagine, according to leading headhunters.

    Linda Tucci5,285 pointsBadges:
  • Salaries don’t drive job satisfaction for senior IT executives

    Salary increases in 2011 weren’t enough to make senior IT executives feel warm and fuzzy when it came to job satisfaction.

    Karen Goulart2,010 pointsBadges:

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