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4 tips to help you wait for a promotion or raise

The wait for a promised promotion or raise can be agonizing, but the reality they rarely happen overnight. Here's what you can do while waiting for the details to be finalized


US Department of Labor accuses Google of underpaying women

Google discriminates against female employees in pay at a level that's even worse than the tech industry as a whole, the department testified in San Francisco

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Go west, young techies, for IT jobs

CompTIA's annual report highlighting the best places to find tech jobs in the US shows California still leads, but other states are upping their games

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Hottest jobs, cities, and industries for IT pay in 2017

Find out which tech titles, industries, and metro regions will see the highest salary gains this year

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More than a third of tech workers are underpaid

New research from Paysa reveals that many tech workers are undercompensated. Here’s how you can address it

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How pay transparency and equity help employers retain workers

PayScale's 2017 Compensation Best Practices Report shows that to build more trusting relationships with their workforce, more organizations are emphasizing pay transparency and pay equity

5 common tech hiring mistakes to avoid

The consequences of getting hiring wrong can be substantial

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6 tips for negotiating your next raise

If one of your New Year's resolutions to negotiate a raise, here are some tips from industry professionals to help you get your fair share

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Department of Labor sues Google over wage data

Google has refused to comply with a request related to its federal contracts, the agency says, putting its ability to win government contracts at risk

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7 hiring trends for 2017

Tech hiring is stable, but wages are becoming stagnant

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37 percent of IT pros plan to look for new jobs in 2017

IT pros are hoping to boost cybersecurity, networking, and virtualization skills in coming year

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LinkedIn aims to take the guesswork out of salary negotiations

New Salary tool gives users access to aggregate compensation data

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US IT and engineering salaries rise nearly 4 percent in 2015

It was the second-highest annual increase since 2010, according to an IEEE-USA survey

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IT job creation headed lower for second straight year

Weak IT hiring over the last couple of months confirms that 2016 will see a significant slump. The big question remains why

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Satya Nadella's comp package slips 3% to $17.7 million

Microsoft board dings CEO for missing Windows 10 target

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STEM majors dominate salary-based college ranking

Petroleum engineering majors earn the highest salaries, followed by systems engineering majors, according to a new ranking from PayScale

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Median IT wage is $10K higher for men than women

One in 10 IT workers telecommute, and one in five have at least a master’s degree, Census Bureau data also shows

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Qualcomm agrees to pay $19.5M to settle charges of bias against women

The female employees said they got lower pay and the company's promotion system was biased against them

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