Do you sometimes worry about your skills in the current job market? Know this: "Nothing good ever comes out of self-doubt or worrying!"  To overcome your self-doubts or worries, you must become a subject matter expert. And, you can do this by taking the strategic, focused action outlined in this article. Where Is Your Focus? One of the reasons why IT professionals worry about the hiring process is that they think hiring managers are solely interested in the raw number of skills

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What Should I Do With My Career?

Dear Sir, I am a computer science graduate and currently studying for my MBA, I have been working in the IT field for almost 11 years now ( I am 32 ), between Software Quality Control and testing and Business Analysis and this is where I am in now, a business analyst, the problem is my future looks pretty fuzzy.. I am very much demotivated & I feel like I am just filling gaps in my company ... I don't know what I am missing to be where I should be , which I don't know where it is !!! I
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Help! Which Job Should I Pick?

This has actually happened to me.  Two job offers came at the same time, in the same day.  Actually on two occasions in my career, it has happened.   It isn't a terrible situation, when you think about it. But from experience, it can be a pretty difficult decision to make, especially if you have a family and the decision will impact more than just you!   Sometimes you just need someone to bounce it off of.  I actually just had a friend seek out my advice with 3 job
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Learn How To Make Better Decisions Faster

[caption id="attachment_4379" align="aligncenter" width="425"]The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry; Robert Burns, "To A Mouse"[/caption] No plans survive first contact with the enemy ... Helmuth von Moltke the Elder (the German field marshal at the start of the First World War). Do you struggle with making decisions like "should you move to another state or another country" or "should you change jobs or careers" because of the fear of making the wrong choice? For most
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The Sought-After Personality Traits of Successful Business Analysts!

[caption id="attachment_4208" align="aligncenter" width="425"]The Personality Traits of a Business Analyst[/caption] Are you concerned that you don't have what it takes to succeed as a business analyst because you lack extensive paper qualifications, certifications or certain college degrees? Well, you may be surprised to know that succeeding as a business analyst has as much to do with intrinsic factors like your personality as it has to do with the extrinsic formal qualifications you feel
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My question is simple to many but difficult for me. I used to be a music teacher and now I am going into school leadership. The problem is that I never had to use data before and it is totally new to me. How can I learn how to analyze and use school data? It is hard and I have never done it before.

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Searching for The Ideal Job? These Five Tips Will Help You!

How To Get Hired For A Job Fast! If you are in search of the ideal job but you are not sure where to start, put the following five tips into action and you will have a less stressful or more successful job search! Build a Strong Professional Network Building a strong network can open doors or lead to job openings for you. While doing that, don't overlook adding family and friends to your network either! Interacting with your network on a regular basis encourages them to keep you in mind
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Do You Realize That: The High Demand for Programming Skills Works In Your Favor?

There has never been a better time to be a computer programmer than right now. A recent report cited computer programming to be the top #1 professional job this year.   I hope that you will consider this report along with the guidelines / advice provided below.   Here is some of the information you need to begin your computer programmer career. Your Lack of Programming Experience Is Not A Problem The demand for computer programmers has outstripped the supply for a number of
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How To Overcome Lack of Hands-on Practice in .NET Framework?

I have been working for 3 years in a regional organization that supports the development and maintenance of educational software using VB6 .. It goes without saying that its a very outdated technology, but working with VB6 has nonetheless built my logic and approach to problem solving. I have worked on the rare occasions on ASP.net applications and Windows Applications using C#, and I find that my logical understanding helps me overcome barriers when working on the .NET framework. I am now
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