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Paper chase: On the trail of an overactive printer

Remote settings get the best of tech pro and employee as a mammoth print job won't stop

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Prepare for the big cloud-driven job shakeup

In a recent survey, Gartner found what early adopters already know: The cloud is changing IT careers in a big way

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Feds to hire 3,500 cybersecurity pros by year's end

The U.S. government is trying to improve the recruiting and retention of cybersecurity pros and has already filled 3,000 security positions since Oct. 1

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Top 10 states for software jobs

Based on data from BSA and The Software Alliance, here are the best states for software careers

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Seagate will cut 6,500 staff despite uptick in hard disk demand

The company had said in June that it would cut 1,600 jobs, but instead is laying off 14 percent of its workforce to reduce costs further

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Don't be fooled: June's high IT job numbers are deceptive

What looks like a surge in IT hiring is simply Verizon strikers returning to the job. The year's IT hiring remains weak


How to rebuild your career after a layoff

Here's what recovering from a layoff looked like for three technology professionals, and six steps you should take to engineer your own comeback

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Boston is nation's top tech-talent exporter

San Francisco leads in tech hiring, says a new report on the U.S. tech labor market

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Dear clueless user: Please stop calling

Help desk is left hanging on the line when an especially dense employee can't see the simple answers to their tech problems

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Google age-discrimination lawsuit may become monster

People over age 40 who interviewed for software engineering jobs at Google and were rejected may be able to join the lawsuit

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2016 college grads: Prepare for a cutthroat job market

The quarterly U.S. Hiring Trends Report reveals that new graduates should prepare for some serious competition

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IT Resume Makeover: How to show employers the real you

In this installment, a senior security system administrator's resume is reworked to show his qualifications for a career in security or cloud management

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If all else fails, start with the IT basics

Or start from the beginning in the first place to save a lot of hassle

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Clinton wants to ‘staple’ green cards on STEM grads' diplomas

The move, part of a larger tech agenda, means advanced degree grads would have an immigration path

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Tech jobs report: Security, devops, and big data stay hot

Foote's latest data suggests security and devops will remain in high demand for some time -- but cloud pay is starting to slip

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Tenacious IT: 7 true-life tales of techie triumph

For quirky, elusive IT issues, tech pros dig deep within until they uncover the final clue

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3 tips for negotiating the salary you deserve

Successfully negotiating a starting salary or for a raise comes down to being able to prove three things: your accomplishments, your achievements and your value

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Tech pros share advice for new computer science graduates

Tips, lessons learned, and advice for computer science graduates entering the workforce

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