Are you burnt out on IT? Jack Wallen's post about alternative careers generated the hottest discussion this past week. Find out what other topics and TechRepublic members were the most active on the boards.Top 5 discussion threads:
- 10 alternative careers for burned-out IT workers (Jack Wallen)
- Review: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 (Mark Kaelin)
- Dirty little secrets of HR (Toni Bowers)
- 10 IT positions ranked by prestige (Alan Norton)
- Supervisor wants employee to quit part-time job (Toni Bowers)
- seanferd (95 posts)
- Palmetto (83 posts)
- Peconet Tietokoneet (72 posts)
- Tony Hopkinson (59 posts)
- SinisterSlay, OH Smeg, and AnsuGisalas (58 posts)
- Peconet Tietokoneet (107)
- AnsuGisalas (57)
- NickNielsen (51)
- Palmetto (43)
- AV . and Tony Hopkinson (36)
- Palmetto (17)
- Hal 9000 (13)
- PurpleSkys (9)
- seanferd, magic8ball, and Mehul Bhai (3)
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