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William J. Francis answers a question he is frequently asked by readers -- how do I become an Android developer? -- by offering advice to newbies and sharing go-to resource links.
You've worked hard to ascend the career ladder so you could reach a leadership position. Congratulations! You made it. Now what?
For managers, the hiring process is, admittedly, a bear. But it's also time-consuming and arduous for job candidates. Here are five things you can do to make the experience more pl...
There's no way around it, if you're in the business of working for a living long enough, you're going to need a resume.
eHarmony has helped many singles find their way to marital bliss, but can that same algorithm be applied to help people stay engaged at work?
Companies who interview for months just waiting for that "perfect" hire may never find it.
Social networking has had a huge impact on how we communicate and interact -- but some people refuse to get caught up in the trend. Alan Norton explains why he's one of them.
If you could hire your next boss, what selection criteria would you use? Alan Norton shares a make-believe want ad aimed at finding the ideal manager.
When hiring, should you go for the person who has a lifetime acquiring an insanely deep knowledge of a small subset of tools or someone who can rapidly pick up any new tool?
First of all, you've got an unfortunate time time to be starting. It's just going to harder now, when all the economy is scared and immobile, to get started. Second, the start is...