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By: Tech Elevator Senior Software Developer, Joe Erickson Want to break into tech but don’t have a computer science degree? What if you have no tech experience at all? If […]
Ready to write a killer LinkedIn summary? It’s one of the most important elements of your profile. It should summarize your background in a concise way, and be easy for […]
Plus 5 Questions You Should be Asking Suit on, hair brushed. You look good. You feel good. Now you have to sound good. Interviewing is much more than what you […]
A Step by Step Guide for Success With the uncertain and unconventional time of the spreading of the coronavirus, many companies are doing their part to help flatten the curve […]
Did you know that the average recruiter spends just SIX seconds looking at a candidate’s resume? Whether this is your first time updating your resume in years, or your 5th time this year, use these tips to recreate or update your resume.
Transferable skills help you market yourself to employers and highlight past experiences that apply to the new role you’re applying to. They’re especially important if you have little experience (like recent college grads) or are considering changing careers.
Ready to get a new job? Time to update your resume! Our career team created this worksheet as a guide you can use as you update your resume.
To date we’ve seen no evidence that prior academic accomplishment offers any learning advantages when it comes to acquiring programming skills.
America doesn’t have an unemployment problem, we have a skills problem. And our skills problem is tied to the failings of our education system.
Step 12: Commit to Staying on Your Career Change Path All of the soul-searching, planning and executing you’ve been doing over the last few months is paying off. You’re on […]
Step #11: Realize it’s Okay to be Unsure at this Point in Your Life As you get deeper into the career change process, you still might not be 100% sold […]