New research by HiringSolved uncovered the top most in-demand technology skills for 2017. HiringSolved used data from more than 10,000 public profiles for tech workers hired or promoted into new positions in 2016 and the first two months of 2017 in Silicon Valley to paint a portrait of the most wanted tech employee.
With many positions receiving hundreds of qualified applicants, narrowing down the pool of applicants can be a challenge. Although skills are important, making the right match to your company culture is also critical for long-term retention. Here are 8 personality traits you should look for in interviews to make sure your next hire is the best one.
May the 4th be with you! In honor of Star Wars Day, we put together a list of some of the most interesting Star Wars Themed products are taking over the galaxy.
Tech companies, specifically in the cyber security space, are preparing for stricter regulations in light of the new order.
When I asked women tech leaders to share their insight on being a women in technology for an article on tech.co, I didn’t expect the hundreds of responses to flood my inbox. Since being a women in tech leadership is still vastly underrepresented, I wanted their voices to be heard to encourage and excite the next generation of women to consider a career in tech.
Previously, we share about the “Highs and Lows of Women in Tech” to highlight some of the challenges women face in the industry. With thousands of shares, comments and likes, it was clear that it hit a cord in the tech space by highlighting the fact that there is still a lot of work to be done in the industry. As a follow-up to that piece, this covers the major challenges that women face in tech and avenues and advice from experts to address and potentially overcome those challenges.
South Florida’s IT sector continues to battle high turnover rates, survey shows – South Florida Business Journal
A majority of South Florida’s information technology workers see their industry as stagnant and would consider ditching their jobs for a position out of state, an annual survey of more than 1,000 local IT professionals reveals.
Nearly 60 percent of tech employees would consider moving out of state because of a limited job market, an annual survey of more than 1,300 tech professionals in South Florida revealed.