Don E. Sears

Google, Apple, Intel Among 20 Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2011

Google, Apple, Intel Among 20 Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2011 by Don E. Sears IntelGlassdoor Ranking: No. 45Company Rating: 3.6CEO: Paul S. OtelliniCEO Approval Rating: 84% Intel does well...

The Rumors Were True: Yahoo Layoffs for Real

It's a cold, cold winter in Sunnyvale, Calif., and Helsinki.Internet "destination" Yahoo-as it calls itself in its company overview-has a bit of bad news for 4 percent of its...

Developers, Project Managers, Business Analysts in Demand for 2011

There is more evidence that recruiters expect to see an uptick in technology job hiring activity for the coming year, finds a monthly report from technology job board Dice,...

Recruiters Have Sights Set on Technology Jobs in 2011

Recruiters are not afraid to smile and shake their jazz hands about full time technology job openings they need to fill next year. Is it rainbows with gold pots...

Online Freelance Jobs Are Hot, but Can You Afford to Take Them?

We're not trying to beat a dead horse here, honestly. Freelance, contract and online jobs are for real. And if you have the right technology skills, well, you can...

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