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CHICAGO – A resume alone will not get you a job. It’s not a brochure that can speak for you. It may not even open any doors. Most employers use resumes to eliminate candidates for a job. You may be eliminated from the process without...

To identify the top 10 highest-paid executives in charge of IT, CIO.com combed through the proxy statements filed by Fortune 55 companies with the SEC. Proxy statements, which are distributed yearly to shareholders when their votes are needed to elect new board members or to...

For candidates seeking employment at a job fair, an initial interview with a company may last only five minutes. While a job seeker has to be qualified in order to get the job, there will always be several other people who are equally qualified as...

IT workers have their choice of many great U.S. cities for work and play (Atlanta, Chicago, Seattle), but what are the cities that you probably should avoid? Here's a very unscientific, highly subjective and unapologetically snarky list of our least favorite U.S. tech job locales. Read...

The salaries of IT managers are retreating, and those who are most affected by the trend are managers running technology operations at midsize companies with less than $500 million in annual revenue, according to a semi-annual study from Janco Associates Inc. From January 2007 to this...

Some signs of economic recovery are emerging and a variety of organizations in some of the biggest U.S. cities are seeing demand for IT professionals, according to high-tech career industry watchers. Here we list cities currently in need of IT professionals; salary information for the...

IT insourcing, or bringing previously outsourced IT functions back in-house, is on the rise, experts say, as the global economic recession, IT outsourcing scandals and the potential cost savings of decreasing the number of outsourced contracts have caused companies to give insourcing another look. "The pros...

“Argonne National Labs is a key player. Illinois can be too if they act fast,” observes James Carlini. If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a region to raise economic viability for all. Interest on last week's article on Lithium-Ion Battery commercialization...

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has named the vice dean of the School of Medicine and Public Health as the new provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, officials announced Thursday. Paul M. DeLuca Jr., who joined the university faculty in 1973, will replace former provost Patrick...