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Posted July 14, 2014 by

The Fast Growing Job Market of ICT

ICT lesson being given

ICT lesson being given. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The Information Communication Technology (ICT) is a vast field nowadays. The basic aim of ICT program is to educate students to undertake the roles of leadership where the IT and ICT applications are related to the vital goal of connecting organisations, communities and people to each other to improve their capability of getting the peak level of success. Behold some of the following important professional careers or occupations related to ICT: (more…)

Posted April 24, 2014 by

Millennials, Are You Considering Entrepreneurship for Entry Level Jobs?

For Millennials considering entrepreneurship in their search for entry level jobs, the following post has some opportunities that might interest them.

Twenty-somethings are also applauded for open-mindedness, forward thinking and self-expression. Along with liberal views, new perspectives and cultural confidence, the kids of Gen Y are future leaders who seek outlets for their creative talents and opportunities for professional establishment. Even if that means not working for someone else…

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Posted June 04, 2013 by

You Can Still Get an Entry Level Job as a Developer

According to the following post, you can still get an entry level job as a developer, but there is one thing you will definitely need.

Entry-level developers can overcome the increasingly steep barriers to entry in the field, but only if they are willing to invest the necessary time to get some hands-on experience using the tools that most shops use.

By all measures that I have seen, the job market and demand for developers is doing well. And every prediction out there, both formal and “best guess” is that demand for developers is only getting stronger as the future depends more and more upon software.

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Posted December 10, 2012 by

How to Use Google to Make More Direct Hires

CollegeRecruiter.comIf they are not already doing so, employers may want to consider using Google to recruit new workers.  How can they maximize their chances for hiring with this tool?  The following post has some helpful tips.

Here are a few ways you can increase the amount of people visiting the jobs listed on your website. More visitors means more jobs filled directly… and that’s a good thing. I’m going to give you some tips on how to optimize your career website so it gets indexed by search engines and once the likes of Google start showing your job, then job seeking traffic is sure to follow.

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How to Use Google to Make More Direct Hires