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Computer and IT workers are in high demand now and are expected to be among the most sought-after workers in the coming years. Explore IT careers now.
Qualified engineering job seekers should find good demand for their skills in 2012, if they knock on the right doors in the right industries.
If you're having trouble deciding which technology degree to pursue, this overview may help.
Employment might improve marginally in 2010, but the hole we're climbing out of is so deep you may not notice. Are there any bright spots? Find out here.
We recently surveyed employers to gauge their recruitment plans for engineering job opportunities, and learned that a majority of employers (73%) are likely to hire engineering talent over the next 60 days, driven primarily by staff increases (60%) and company expansion (54%).
These four-year degrees can get top earners to $100,000 salaries in a decade or less. And here's a surprise: Some liberal-arts degrees make the list.
Is solving problems your thing? Good! The engineering profession could use you. Learn about all your options.
IT job titles and roles are sometimes confusing. Learn how CompTIA's TechCareer Compass can point the way.
If your entry-level engineering resume needs a power boost, view this sample for a recent BSEE graduate targeting the renewable-energy sector.
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