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  • Surviving the IT job interview: dos & don’ts

    IT trainer Doug Paddock offers tips for acing an IT job interview.

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  • I have lots of certs and a dead-end job

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    ITKE380,325 pointsBadges:
  • I’m multi-certified, but still can’t find a job here in Germany

    I changed my career about two years ago and passed my MCSE 2000 and my CCNA 2.0, but I've had no luck in finding a suitable job in Germany.

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  • IT job trends: Best bets in 2003 and beyond

    This IT jobs prognostication is the most-read expert tip for the first-half of 2003. Check out the nine runners-up below.

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  • Linux IT jobs increasing, outsourcing showing signs of weakness

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  • Majority of IT positions filled by women in 2013, career limits remain

    The IT job market expanded this year, hiring more women and rewarding IT pros across the board for certifications and skills.

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