It's typical for IT professionals to pick up their degree as they work toward full-time positions. Overall, just over half of the U.S. workforce (American age 25 and up) has completed some college. As a matter of fact, only 32 percent achieved a bachelor's degree and about two-fifths (41.5 percent) completed an Associate's or Bachelor’s degree.
CNBC recently reported that there is a link between job hopping and pay raises. How are these two linked? Well, workers' confidence is way up and with that comes job hopping. The U.S. Department of Labor has reported that 3.4 million Americans quit their jobs in June, a number not seen since 2001.
Do you know what a non-malware attack is or how they differ from more traditional attacks? Do you know why they are so dangerous, or what you can do to prevent attacks? If not, don’t worry – you are not alone. Here you can find the answers to all of these
The prospect of a brand-new job is quite exciting; however, the job interview process can be both intimidating and scary. While traditional job interviews are daunting, technical interviews are even more intimidating for most people. From a hiring manager’s perspective, technical interviews are an imperative part of the hiring process.
Privacy considerations are present throughout many different areas of an organization. What many don’t realize is that privacy isn’t just a human right or adhering to set legislation. Privacy is all about how organizations value the information and data they collect and how they work to protect the subjects of the records they have.
Having trouble hiring the developers you need to succeed? Let’s take a look at the facts: