Industry Insight, a blog written by members of our team, provides perspective on trends we’re seeing in hiring practices, salaries, company culture, and a number of other topics that may affect you as an employer, or a candidate searching for a new position in the technical market.

  • Proven Ways To Speed Up Your Hiring Process   In a job market where qualified talent is already difficult to find, time is of the essence – especially for candidates who are working full time and managing families while interviewing for multiple positions. In order to ensure good talent doesn’t move on before you seal the deal, you may need to consider streamlining your ... Read More +
  • 3 Things Every Hiring Manager Should Look For   Although the demand for tech talent has made it a job hunter’s market, that doesn’t mean landing a position will be easy. Hiring managers are still maintaining a discretionary eye on candidates – and for good reason. As far as resumes and experience, for example, when reviewing candidates, more positions does not always equate to ... Read More +
  • Tips to Improve Your Resume in 2022 Although where and how we work has changed drastically over the past 2 years with the rise of remote work and digital meeting spaces, there’s still no replacement for a good resume. No matter which position you are applying for, you still need a concise, professional resume to attract the attention of hiring managers. Here are ... Read More +
  • How to Identify a Fraudulent Candidate   For years, the tech market has been infiltrated by fraudulent candidates trying to wedge their way into the industry. As an employer, it can be challenging to spot authentic candidates over those faking skillsets for a variety of reasons. Although background checks may already be required at your company, it’s also always a good idea to ... Read More +
  • Pros + Cons of Temporary vs. Permanent Positions in Tech In the tech industry, more frequently than any other field, contract positions are more often the norm than the exception. Candidates often prefer 6-12 months of working on a specific project before moving on to a different role with a different employer.   Permanent roles, however, are still often sought after, and can offer greater stability and ... Read More +

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