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  • These are the three most in-demand tech skills this year

    It's a tentative time for the tech industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, tech sector employment fell by 11,184 positions in February. Overall, this can be viewed as a modest reduction of 0.2% of the total tech industry workforce, which numbers more than 5.5 million. Unemployment is creepingRead Entire Article

  • Discover the 5 tech skills that are most in demand this year

    SPONSORED JOBS: If you’re looking for a career with growth potential, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has your back. When it comes to occupations with the highest projected percent change of employment up to 2031, the BLS reports that careers such as data science, information security analysts and web developers are projected to grow 36%, […]

  • Skills get top priority when employers hire–report

    MORE employers are now hiring based on skills rather than educational and professional achievements due to “accelerated” changes in the labor market, according to a new study from online professional network LinkedIn. In its “Future of Recruiting” report, LinkedIn said employers are now giving more consideration to skills when considering potential recruits

  • Build In-Demand Skills, Stay Competitive in the Tech Job Market—Here's How

    Job seekers should focus on improving and diversifying their skill sets to remain competitive in the tech industry, with companies preferring employees with a breadth of knowledge throughout their disciplines and a depth of expertise in one field. .

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