It’s career realignment time… again. As Jason Hiner writes in TechRepublic, “Most IT departments are a shadow of their former …
In October, 2009, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) committed to hire 1,000 cybersecurity personal over the next three years. …
the world of the office grind for greener pastures as a freelance consultant can
give you the freedom to choose how and where you’ll work on your own terms.
It’s an enticing way to make a living – unless you screw it up. Here are some rules for making sure you don’t.
If you’re factoring in government benefits as part of your post-retirement financial plan, you’d do well to run the numbers again, operating under the assumption that Uncle Sam simply won’t be there for you. In many cases, that means your retirement plan won’t let you retire.
Why do some IT contractors get assignment after assignment while others struggle to build a base of repeat clients? Could it be that successful contractors are simply better at pleasing managers? Cat finds out.
Some contracting firms see a promising dynamic at work as CIOs spend money again: While many companies want to upgrade their technology, they need to be cost
conscious while they do it. And that’s good news.
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If you’re thinking about contracting – or any kind of self-employment – you’d better think about setting up your books. Handling them goes with the territory.
IBM Names New Leaders For Lotus GM Post, IBM Software Sales [ChannelWeb] New World Brands, Inc. Appoints Chief Executive Officer …
The rules on unemployment insurance vary by state, but in
general, to collect you must be able to work, available to work, and actively
seeking work.If you’re doing so much freelancing and volunteering – or even
so much networking that it gets in the way of your availability to work – you
might have some explaining to do at your unemployment office.Cat Miller explains.