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A Day in the Life of a Typical Office Worker

"I read the news today, oh boy. About a lucky man who made the grade ..." Does that memorable opening line from the classic Beatles song, "A Day in the Life," describe your typical Monday through Friday? Or are your...Read More

Workers Are Stressed, Overworked, Underappreciated

A significant number of American workers are feeling constant—even chronic—stress at work. They say they're underappreciated and underpaid for all that they do, and they believe that managers aren't ...Read More

Employers Stay Committed to Worker 401(k) Plans

Believe it or not, the recent recession didn't kill the 401(k) plan. The vast majority of organizations kept their plans—and company matches—in place even after the economy took a dramatic dip in 2...Read More

How to Convince Your Boss That You Deserve a Raise

As reported previously, compensation for tech talent is going up. In fact, the average salary for IT workers was more than $85,600 in 2012, up from just under $81,400 the year before. And one-third of those em...Read More

Threat Report Urges Focus on Attack Patterns

Two themes emerge from Verizon's "2013 Data Breach Investigations Report." First, a substantial increase in the number of partners that contributed threat data—18 cyber-enforcement entities from around the wo...Read More

Inappropriate Office Decor Can Hurt Your Career

The way you decorate your work space says a lot about you as a professional. With this in mind, you should definitely resist keeping anything like the following real-life, totally off-the-wall office items. The l...Read More

Technology Is a Profession in Flux

If you can count on one thing when polling IT workers, it's contradiction, and IT staffing firm TEKsystems' "IT Professional Perspectives 2013" survey is no exception. Consider this: While the 2,400 IT professionals pol...Read More

Nine Great Quotes From Great Business Books

Are you in need of direction or inspiration? Don't worry. It's perfectly natural for professionals to occasionally feel that they need to recharge their "internal drive" engines, as well as tune up their "career GPS....Read More

Programming Languages That Pay Big Bucks

SQL is a programming language that's high in demand, thanks to its role in big data management. As a result, IT professionals with SQL skills are pulling down great salaries, according to recent research from Indee...Read More

The Ten Top-Ranked Technology CEOs

They're forward thinkers—leaders who encourage employees to pursue innovation, and they're willing to take on the inherent risks of potential failure. They understand how to demonstrate compassion without coming across as ...Read More

Do Our Mobile Devices Turn Us Into Teenagers?

Do we become different people when we fire up our mobile devices? Could be. In fact, a significant share of users say they feel entitled to do pretty much whatever they want while on their smartphones or tablets, a...Read More

Ten Things You Need to Know About Big Data

Is big data as mission-critical as media reports would lead us to believe—or is there a lot of hype involved? Recent research from Gartner provides some surprising answers. So let's cut to the chase: ...Read More

Top IT Jobs (and Salaries) for Men and Women

On the surface, it looks as if there's a wide gap between men and women with respect to IT earning levels, according to the latest Dice salary survey. But a closer examination of the numbers reveals that the playing f...Read More

Innovative Analytics Boosts Organizational Edge

The level of interest in business analytics has surged significantly in recent years, leading to a previously unobtainable competitive edge for those leading the way, according to a recent survey from ...Read More

It's Time to Spring Clean Your Career Profile

Like most homes at this time of the year, a career can always use a bit of spring cleaning. So, have you checked your digital footprint lately to see if a search on your name calls up only professionally beneficial ...Read More
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