Career Toolkit

Unless your best friend in high school persuaded you to join her mega-successful startup right after graduation—in which case you’re probably a millionaire, anyway—chances are pretty good you’ve applied for several jobs in the tech industry.

For most tech jobs, the application process is straightforward: you start by sending in your résumé and other materials. If the company likes what it sees, it will schedule a phone interview. If that goes well, you’ll have at least one in-person interview, after which the company will (hopefully) make you an acceptable offer.

But that’s a very simple description of a very complex process. In reality, there are a lot of variables and unknowns. No matter how good the economy, the job search is always challenging.

With that in mind, the Dice Career ToolKit will give you:

Job Hunting Basics, which you can use to begin (and refine) your employment quest. Here are just a few of the articles we have available:

The secrets to building up your Career Network, including:

Tips and tricks for creating the perfect Résumés and Cover Letters, such as:

And the best ways to conquer a Job Interview:

Good luck!