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IT Job Hunt: Standout Cover Letters and Resumes
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published September 21, 2008
Using keywords and emphasizing your awareness of business issues are among the keys to successful IT cover letters and resumes.
Essential Tips for IT Interviews
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published August 5, 2008
It’s not enough to show up. You need to be prepared to clinch the deal, which requires knowing the background of the company, among other factors.
Hot Jobs in IT for 2008
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published March 10, 2008
Application developers, messaging administrators, data modelers and others are expected to see significant pay hikes in 2008.
Seven Hot Tech Skills That Employers Need
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published September 10, 2007
Pay no attention to the buzzwords that get the headlines: it’s these seven tech job skills that IT employers are eagerly seeking.
Tech Resumes: Get the IT Job You Want
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published May 8, 2007
Tips on crafting your resume to land top IT jobs. Did you know that using certain keywords can help?
Business Acumen: The New Must-Have Skill
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published February 13, 2007
Increasingly, employers expect IT staffers to be business savvy. But how can a tech professional acquire these skills?
The Next Hot Jobs In IT
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published November 16, 2006
Certain tech professionals will see plenty of openings in the years ahead -- and healthy salary increases.
Managing Your Managers
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published December 3, 2004
Managing managers is different than managing staff. Collaboration is the key that unlocks their best efforts, writes CIO Update columnist Katherine Spencer Lee of Robert Half Technology.
Can Your Staff Deal with Change?
By Katherine Spencer Lee |  Article Published October 4, 2004
Rapidly changing technology is something most IT staffers expect and even embrace, but when it comes to the business they may be less prepared.