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March, 2010

March 26, 2010  3:17 PM

Microsoft Learning Catalog Gets a Facelift

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Thanks to a warning e-mail from Wag-Ed flack Heather Vaughan (and I'm not using that term in a perjorative sense, she's great to work with and very pro-active) I just took a look at the new and improved Microsoft Learning site, which now revolves around a re-imagined

March 23, 2010  9:43 PM

The Many Benefits of Project Management

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In looking at any number of recent reports on IT certification and salaries, it's become pretty noteworthy that the Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMI PMP) is emerging as a "must-have" credential for IT professionals interested in developing their career potential...

March 16, 2010  4:03 PM

New Cert Survey Now Features Virtualization Among an Otherwise Familiar Cast

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In the latest "Between the Lines" for ZDNet, TechRepublic guest blogger Bill Detwiler reports on the "Top five technical certifications by salary." Based on an IT salary survey conducted in tandem between Global...

March 11, 2010  5:12 PM

Another take on the employment situation

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Sandy Leeds is a senior lecturer for the prestigious MBA program at the University of Texas. Even though he doesn't haveĀ  a PhD (he has all kinds of other degrees though, including a BA, an MBA, and a law degree) he's an award winning faculty member nevertheless. Check out his blog which is called...

March 5, 2010  8:33 PM

Employment Still Going Sideways

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Rats! I'd hoped for some good news in today's February 2010 Employment Situation Summary from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, but what I got was more of the same. Unemployment is unchanged at 9.7%, and job losses were...

March 3, 2010  3:20 PM

A few faint glimmers of hope, employment-wise

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This morning on NPR I heard two faint glimmers of hope on the employment front. First a recent study of planned layoffs by executive placement firm Challenger Gray & Christmas shows that those numbers are down to their lowest levels in four years. And second, a recent report on job losses...

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