14 Jan Tech Startup Hiring: Learning Tech for Core Business Applicants

IT recruiters should hire applicants with a tech background when seeking candidates for core business roles within a tech startup, but where can an individual gain enough tech knowledge to secure an advantage over other applicants? A myriad of schools are popping up across the country in tech-centric areas, such as Boston, Seattle, and the Silicon Valley, which allow students to learn what is needed to...

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13 Jan Tech Startup Hiring: Core Business Applicants Should Have a Tech Background

With the rise of technology-based startups, recruiters can expect an increase in hiring for front-end designers, mobile app developers, data warehouse analysts, and similar IT roles. Even with the economic recession of 2008, vacant tech positions remain unfilled as startups seek qualified candidates. According to Jim Newman, the Executive VP of Acquity Group, “the bubble-burst of the early 2000s swayed many high school and college students...

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11 Jan Healthcare and IT Recruiting Expected to See Growth

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released its projections for job growth between 2014 and 2024, and healthcare and tech are among the fields with the fastest growth potential. The report, which was released in December, revealed that four out of the five occupations with the overall fastest percentage of growth are in healthcare. More importantly, the healthcare industry is expected to have...

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08 Jan How Startup Recruiting Differs from Other Hiring Scenarios

Recruiting top talent is not easy, but recruiting for a startup is downright difficult. Founders are typically busy handling all aspects of the company - from marketing to finance to sales to hiring for various roles within the new organization. But the CEO of a startup does not typically have the background and knowledge in human resources necessary to make the right hiring decisions. Nor...

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