A job search is worse than having a root canal or cavity filled – I was going to use another example but my friends (Martin, Larry, and others…) recommended against it so no shock today for the readership (my wife actually laughed at the one I wanted to go with), sorry…we will keep it rated […]
Date posted: May 25, 2017 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on Top 4 Skills for Finding that New Job – Part 1 of what will hopefully be a multiple part series if I can find the time.
The unemployment rate has fallen back to pre-crash levels, the economy continues to grow, and nearly every forward-looking “best jobs” list includes technology careers as a growth area. All good news for job-seekers, right? Yes…but. It’s no surprise that the old ways of looking for employment — searching want ads or expecting you’ll be rolled […]
Date posted: June 13, 2016 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on Job Seekers: Reverse Recruiting – You are your own recruiter!
The US economy keeps humming along, now at 70 straight months of private sector job growth and economic expansion. The unemployment rate has been cut in half since its high point after the Great Recession, but employers often struggle to find the right workers, especially in the tech sector. That was confirmed in Deloitte’s recently-released […]
Date posted: January 21, 2016 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on HOW MUCH WILL THE TECH SECTOR GROW IN 2016?
The good news is that the US unemployment rate continues to fall, down to 5% for October 2015, according to the latest statistics. “The Federal Reserve considers a base unemployment rate of 5.0 to 5.2% as ‘full employment’ in the economy,” according to Mitchell Hartman of Marketplace. And still, that position you’ve been eyeing for […]
Date posted: November 24, 2015 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on “WHY WON’T YOU HIRE ME?”
Even the most outgoing, extroverted professionals have a tough time managing their careers. But what if you’re an introvert? Do you have an even tougher time building the skills to get ahead, interact with colleagues who can help you progress, undertake a job search? And let’s drill down further — what if you’re an introvert […]
Date posted: October 8, 2015 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on Is Your Introversion Holding Back Your Career?
PHOENIX – August 14, 2015 — Sysazzle, Inc., a Phoenix-based recruiting company working in the health IT, tech, and federal, state and local government space, has been named to the Inc. 5000 roster of fastest growing companies in America for the third year in a row. The Inc. 5000 is a prestigious list of the […]
Date posted: August 14, 2015 | Author: Stephen Gaskill | Comments Off on PHOENIX-BASED SYSAZZLE NAMED TO 2015 INC. 5000 ROSTER – National Recruiting Company’s Third Year in a Row on the List
The role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) is changing, expanding, and having a bigger impact on the bottom line. The growth in technology has morphed the CIO role into areas such as business transformation, change management, service delivery, and even the supply chain. Today’s CIOs require knowledge of both technology and business, not one […]
Date posted: July 28, 2015 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on What Kind of CIO are You?
The US economy may not be booming for everyone, but it is definitely sprinting at a pretty good clip. With the June 2015 unemployment rate at 5.3%, the US has sustained 64 straight months of job growth, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and has created 12.8 million jobs in that time. And the […]
Date posted: July 6, 2015 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on Why Does It Take So Long to Fill a Tech Opening?
When you go to buy a car, you usually do a little research in advance: comparison shopping on price, features vs. necessities, expectations of value over the long term, and so on. The idea is that you don’t want to blindly walk onto a lot, with its multitudes of makes and models, and randomly […]
Date posted: June 1, 2015 | Author: Michael Paradise | Comments Off on Hiring is More than “Kicking the Tires”